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Train wreck in Eagle Canyon near Gilman on April 13, 1899. Men examining the wreckage with the Denver & Rio Grande engine in the water.
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Broken cribbing and mud covering railroad tracks and filling the Eagle River after a landslide in 1919.
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D.&R.G. engine wrecked at Belden. Caption: "Malley" Crane being used to right the engine; Eagle River in the foreground.
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Box cars moved off D&RG tracks at Belden after the 1919 landslide.
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"Eagle River Canon, Colo., D. & R. G. Ry." Tinted photo postcard shows mine cribbing and mine buildings above Belden with the rail tracks and Eagle River at the bottom. Verso: No. C8708 Published by The Colorado News Company, Denver, Colo., Dresden-Leipzig-Berlin. Trademark [Corson #632] for American News Co., New York, NY, Litho-chrome process.
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Looking south along the railroad tracks at Belden towards the Belden mill. Destroyed cribbing on the left and debris on the tracks in the background.
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Mr. Spear shoveling debris and mud from the platform at Belden, below Gilman in the Eagle River Canyon. Tram tracks are at the right; railroad tracks are in the foreground.
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Documenting the landslide onto the D&RG tracks in Eagle River Canyon. The numbers on the photo correspond to the descriptions below. "1. Loading tipple; 2. Service tunnel to mill stope. Note how completely the slide buried it" [written by Tom Knight]
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Verso: "railroad bridge down below Belden and Gilman" The bridge crosses the Eagle River in the Eagle River Canyon.
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D.&R.G. engine wrecked at Belden. Caption: "Malley" Crane being used to right the engine.
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Documenting the landslide onto the D&RG tracks in Eagle River Canyon. The numbers on the photo correspond to the descriptions below. The old mill is at far right. Verso: "1. New House Station on tram; 2. Eagle River; 3. Slide on D&RG; 4. An old mill, note the cribbing underneath the building" [written by Tom Knight]
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Documenting the landslide onto the D&RG tracks in Eagle River Canyon. The numbers on the photo correspond to the descriptions below. Verso: "1. Compressor house; 2. Tram landing; 3. New House tunnel station on tram; I am working on a level with the New House Tunnel, but about ½ miles in the Mtn. Notice how steep the tram is; it's steeper yet before it reaches Gilman." [written by Tom Knight]
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Path of the mud flow from the 1919 landslide at Belden. The cribbing at the top left of the photo is broken and the mud flows around some buildings, over additional cribbing, over the railroad tracks, and into the Eagle River at the bottom. The flow parallels the path of the tram to Gilman, which was not damaged.
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A steam engine is pulling a train through the Eagle River Canyon.
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The Belden facility showing the loading and processing facilities. Railroad cars waiting to be loaded are in the background. Directly above them are some of the old mines started in the late 1800s. The photo was taken from the dump at Gilman, looking down on Belden.
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A surface tram used to move ore and equipment is on the left coming into Belden from Gilman at the top. Loading tippel, steam room and the dryer buildings are pictured in the lower right.
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Eagle Mine (New Jersey Zinc Co.) showing the rail access at Belden, looking down. Depot structures and mine buildings visible at the bottom of the canyon. The town of Gilman would be at the top of the escarpment.
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Looking down at the Eagle River in Eagle Canyon, at a portion of the railroad tracks at Belden.
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The Eagle Lumber Co. loading shed for the Denver & Rio Grand railroad at Peterson Creek gulch in the Eagle River Canyon (about .5 mi. from Red Cliff and 2 mi. from Belden). The logs were sent down on the surface tram running down the gulch in this photo and then loaded on train cars. There is another set of main line tracks across the Eagle River (at the bottom of the photo). The small building at the right is the tram house. Above that, there...