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The narrow gauge train, "The Silverton", leaves Silverton for Durango, September 1959. Mountains dwarf the town of Silverton in this photograph.
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Aerial view of downtown Durango at an intersection. There are many people on the street, some on horseback. Smoke from the train billowing in the background.
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Photo of several buildings on the left, a hill is shown in the far background, a car is heading down a dirt road in front of the buildings [writing on the back] addressed to Pvt. Lester J. Wills postmarked Ft. Bliss Texas, 1942
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Hand colored photograph of Durango, as seen from the top of Smelter Mountain. The narrow gauge railroad station is shown in the lower left of the picture. College Mesa (as it was later known) is in the center right of the picture.
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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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A train leaving Silverton heading to Durango.
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Two trains pulling into town.
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Several buildings along a dirt street. People are standing near a train in the station.
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A train traveling away from a large mountain.
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Mountains in the background, overlooking the town. A train is leaving town.
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Notorious Blair Street, Silverton, Colorado, terminal for the historic narrow gauge train that has made the spectacular daily trip through the San Juan mountains. from Durango for 80 years.
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Narrow gauge railroad train leaving Silverton, Colorado. Mountain in the background.
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Photo of a burro with a saddle on its back, caption underneath states "Take one on me" photo appears to be hand-colored over a black and white photo.
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Ghost town of the roaring mining era. Now one of the fine tourist spots of Western Colorado. Between Ouray and Durango, on the Million Dollar Highway, approximately 10,000 feet elevation.
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Silverton, in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado and the Animas River, as seen from the Million Dollar Highway (far left). In this picture, the famous narrow-gauge train, the Silverton, can be seen heading for Durango.
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Color photos of the M.E. South Church, the Baptist Church, the Methodist Church, and the Episcopal Church in Durango.
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Narrow gauge train leaving Silverton for return to Durango, Colorado. Mountains in background are dry and bare (summer?)
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A close up of narrow gauge engine #480 traveling through the mountains to Silverton, Colorado.
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Color painted picture of refinery, large buildings, 3 smokestacks, Smelter Mountain in background, smoke billowing out of the stack on the left, two small buildings are below the smelter.
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Picture of Silverton.