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Four men standing in front of the Eagle Depot. Caption reads: "Jim-Greenie-Roy-Wall." Roy is Roy McDougall and Wall is holding on to him from behind..
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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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Looking down the tracks toward the Avon Depot in 1918.
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Two men sitting on either side of a crew car at Kent.
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The D&RG depot in Eagle with windows boarded and roof in disrepair. It was in the process of being dismantled and torn down. Mr. Rivera of Wolcott bought the building and used the lumber to build on his property there. [Eagle Valley Enterprise Aug. 15, 1968] "The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad depot was operated around the clock. Two water towers allowed steam engines to take on water between Grand Junction and Pueblo. The railroad also provided...
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Two engines and a coal car at Minturn, 1919.
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Don at Kent, standing next to a velocipede. "The velocipede has one other wheel attached on the other side [not visible]. One would sit on the seat, where the buckets are and hand operate by using the handle. Don most likely was a lineman, maintaining or working on the telegraph line or Western Union line. It is possible he was involved with track maintenance but my first guess would be lineman. Of note is a red flag rolled up next to the handle....
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A view of Wolcott from the tracks, facing east.
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"Wall, Roy, Greenie, Jim," standing in front of the Eagle Depot.
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Harry Lewis and Myra Canmon standing on the railroad tracks at Wolcott, 1918.
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Bert Johnson, on left, and George Da Lee, in uniform, at the Wolcott depot, 1919.
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The No. 2 train at the Depot in Eagle. "Trains number 1 and 2 were the main passenger trains. They both had diner and Pullman cars. Number 1 came west from Denver and Pueblo, arriving in Minturn at 6:30 p.m. Number 2 arriver in Minturn at 10:20 a.m. Number 1 and 2 used mostly 1100- and 1200-class stem locomotives. Number 2 had to pick up a helper in Minturn to help pull it across Tennessee Pass. Unlike the other, Number 1 and Number 2 didn't...
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Jim Homan and Kate Flynn at the Wolcott depot, 1919.
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"Big Mike" at Kent 1918. Bridge across the Eagle River visible at right midfield.
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Fred and Freda Martinez at the Eagle depot in 1917. Fred was the popular D.&R.G. station agent at Eagle for many years. Eagle Valley Enterprise Mar. 7, 1919 p.1: "Word was received in Eagle last Friday to the effect that the Federal grand jury in session in Denver had freed Fred Martenez [sic.], former D. & R.G. agent at Eagle, of the charge of swindling the company. Martinez and a foreman in charge of a gang of Mexican workingmen employed at this...
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George Da Lee and Florence Quinlan at the Wolcott depot, 1919.
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Jim [Flynn], Claude [Connors], Agnes [Wheaty], and Jay [McDougall] posing with rifles on the tracks at Kent.
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Children standing on the railroad tracks in front of the Wolcott Depot. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]