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Homan [probably Fletcher Bliss Homan] smoking a cigar at Kent.
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John Flynn standing next to the signal at Kent (near Wolcott). John was a railroad telegrapher and a veteran of World War I.
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"Fletcher & Joe" standing on the train tracks at Wolcott.
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Shorty Kindvater next to the Dotsero sign at the Dotsero station. Train in background. [Blurred image]
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Fletcher Bliss Homan standing at the Wolcott station where he was station agent
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Derailment one mile east of Eagle in 1918. View from on top of a nearby car.
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The Flynn men on Christmas day 1917 at Kent. Railroad track is at right foreground. Inscription reads: "Flynn & Co." William R. Flynn died in 1905 so the older gentleman is not he.
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Two men sitting on either side of a crew car at Kent.
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The work train at Woody Creek, employing a ditcher with fill cars on either side.
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Three men at the back car of a train, 1918. Inscription reads: "On our way."
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Derailment one mile east of Eagle in 1918. Men working to right a car.
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D. & R. G. ditcher at Woody Creek.
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The work train crew during a lighter moment, 1917 (no location given).
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Eddie Saunders standing next to a locomotive.
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Construction crew working with narrow gauge track on a bridge built for standard gauge track.
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Bert Johnson, on left, and George Da Lee, in uniform, at the Wolcott depot, 1919.
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Kate Flynn hanging on to the ladder on a railroad car. The car has lettering: A.R.T.Co. 10519 on the back.
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"Shorty" and Charlie Blake replacing railroad ties at Kent, 1918.
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Two men, standing on top of a railroad car. The car has lettering: A.R.T.Co. 10519 on the back.
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"B & B Boys, Tennessee Pass." They are at the tunnel entrance at Tennesse 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. Tom Gill is at far right. There are three people standing on scaffolding which is pulled on wheels by a horse along the tracks through the tunnel. The scaffolding is used to do work inside the tunnel. [Information courtesy of Jimmy Blouch]...