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Locomotive on its side near Kent. Two men are standing on the cab of the derailed locomotive.
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Locomotive between the Eagle depot and the water tank at Eagle, Colorado.
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Two engines and a coal car at Minturn, 1919.
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Steam engine of the Colorado Midland Railroad, passing the old quarry at Thomasville. Thomasville was/is located east of Basalt.
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Two engines meet head-on between Belden and Red Cliff in the Eagle River Canyon. Groups of men in the foreground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Eddie Saunders standing next to a locomotive.
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Barbara Gleason Pearch and friend on either side of engine 804.
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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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"Big Mike" at Kent 1918. Bridge across the Eagle River visible at right midfield.
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From left, Burke, McDougal and West standing by a locomotive at the Eagle Station.
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Locomotive on its side near Kent. Crane at the ready to lift the locomotive. Work crew looking on.
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Ella Horn (on right) and a friend, standing on the cow catcher, or pilot, of a locomotive in Denver.
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A locomotive on the turntable at Minturn.
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A panoramic photograph taken from the Beck family yard as the last Union Pacific freight train to travel through Red Cliff rolls by. The tracks are visible with the Pine St. viaduct at far left. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church is right of the viaduct and a small group of people are watching the train from the churchyard. August 1997 "Union Pacific has pulled the last of its cross-country freight trains from the Tennessee Pass route, which...
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The steam-powered "Big Hook" from Grand Junction lifts the derailed engine of the Ice Train into an upright position. Railroad employees and volunteers from the mine watch. The Ice Train derailed on December 31, 1927. "Ice Train runs away on grade below Pando," Eagle Valley Enterprise Jan. 6, 1928 p.1
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A crew with engine 736 at Minturn. Second from left may be Bill Flynn.
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Train at the depot in Pando, Colorado. Heavy snow on the ground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The local train, stopped at Gypsum, being checked. Inscription reads: "Local."
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Union Pacific locomotive 844 leaving Red Cliff, headed east, on June 22, 1997. The white building at the top of the photo is Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church.
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The righted locomotive, on the rails, following the Ice Train wreck. Cables are attached to the front of the locomotive for towing. Onlookers are at the side of the locomotive and there is debris in the background. "Ice Train runs away on grade below Pando," Eagle Valley Enterprise Jan. 6, 1928 p.1