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Standing in the door of the Wolcott section house. From left, Tom Gill, Jim Flynn, little Agnes, Cecil Playford and Margurite Terrell. A dog is watching at right.
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Kate Flynn and Tom Gill posing at the Glenwood Springs train station while attending Stawberry Day 1917. Kate and Tom were married in 1921. Tom worked for the Bulding and Bridge Department of the D. & R. G. Railroad, based in Wolcott.
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Tom Gill, an unidentified man, and Hughie constructing movable scaffolding. The scaffolding is on train wheels and is pulled by a horse or mule when working on tunnel interiors, e.g. the railway tunnel under Tennessee Pass.
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Sisters Nora (right) and Kate Flynn, standing at the section house at Kent.
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Wedding portrait of Katherine Elizabeth "Kate" Flynn and Thomas Gill, March 1921.Kate is holding a bouquet and is wearing pearls and a lace blouse. Tom is in suit and tie. "Wedding bells. Charming Katie Flynn, known far and wide in Eagle and adjoining counties, where her pleasant smile and pleasing manners made her untold friends, will be missed in social circles here, but then Salida will be the gainer, so we will have to take our medicine and...
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Tom Gill and Kate Flynn on the ferris wheel in Glenwood Springs, Strawberry Day 1917.
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Tom Gill, left, and Dan Flynn standing near the Hot Springs pool in Glenwood Springs.
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Fletcher [J. Homan] and Kate Flynn at Wolcott, standing on risers near the tracks.
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Studio portrait of Thomas Gill. He worked at Wolcott in the bridge and building department of the Rio Grande, meeting Kate Flynn at Kent, just west of Wolcott.
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Mary Elizabeth, Tom and Kate Gill in about 1923. Kate Flynn married Tom Gill in 1921. Tom was working for the Building and Bridge Department of the D&RG based in Wolcott. Their first child, Mary Elizabeth Gill, was born in 1921 in Glenwood Springs. In 1923, the family moved to Los Angeles. -- Jack Hughes
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"B & B Boys: Fred P., Tom N., Al, Tom G. [Tom Gill] They are at the tunnel entrance at Tennessee Pass, most likely on the east side, not far from the depot location. This is the tunnel that collapsed under the highway in July 2012. They are using movable scaffolding (on train wheels) pulled by a horse along the track in the tunnel in order to perform tunnel maintenance. [Information courtesy of Jimmy Blouch]
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From left to right in the automobile: Tom Gill, Ilene Holland (elsewhere spelled Eileen), Margurite Holland (elsewhere spelled Margaret), Louis Holland and Mrs. (Nellie Cunningham) Holland. The company were visiting McHatton's Ranch.