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Black and white photograph of a brick house in Silverton, Colorado, in wintertime.
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Silverton Town Hall.
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A train travels along the side of a mountain. Below the mountain is a river. To the left of the river is large masses of trees. A letter is written on the back of this postcard.
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Color image of the Prospector's Motel in Silverton, Colorado. Image shows the motel with one car parked in its front and cars parked along the side of the road.
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Cars driving through town. A mountain in the distance overlooks the town.
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Photo of men shoveling snow packed railroad tracks.
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Photograph of the Silver Lake Mine.
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Actual photo print. Close up of a narrow gauge engine #476 traveling through mountains.
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Bear Mountain, along the Million Dollar Highway.
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A train traveling through a mountain range.
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Photograph of the narrow gauge railroad crossing the Animas River near Silverton, high in the rugged San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado. The 90-mile round trip from Durango is made daily in the tourist season.
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View of Uncompahgre Gorge.
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A mountain side with a train traveling along it.
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A train leaving Silverton heading to Durango.
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Black and white photograph of buildings of the Gold King Mill near Silverton, Colorado.
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Kendal Mountain, elevation 13,585, near Silverton, Colorado.
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Colored postcard looking down towards a mining establishment. Postcard made in Germany
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Mt. Sultan and Silverton, Colorado.
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A view of men clearing deep snow using horses, near some houses.
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Only a coat of paint has been added to change the atmosphere of this old bar (the Bent Elbow) famous in the early 1880's as one of Blair Street's liveliest spots. Remnants of its glorious past serve to make this a favorite attraction to Summer visitors.