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"Wall, Roy, Greenie, Jim," standing in front of the Eagle Depot.
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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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Jimmie Breen standing on the tracks at Wolcott, Colorado, on a cold day.
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The work train with carpenter outfit on its way to Utah to repair the damage to a railroad bridge that had been washed out, 1917.
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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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D. & R. G. ditcher at Woody Creek.
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The Eagle River below Wolcott. Railroad tracks are visible on the right side of the photograph.
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D. & R.G. derailment.
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Harry Lewis and Myra Canmon standing on the railroad tracks at Wolcott, 1918.
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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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Barbara Gleason Pearch and friend on either side of engine 804.
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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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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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Caption: "Don at Eagle Canyon at Belden, prospecting" MacDonald Knight is standing next to the railroad tracks and in front of some cribbing at Belden in the Eagle River Canyon.
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"An upstream view of the Colorado River and railroad, showing the former Quinlan ranch (now Kirby's). Note how the river was relocated to avoid building bridges. The Quinlans lived on and cultivated some land in the foreground area at one time." -- McCoy Memoirs p.143
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Workers constructing track and a platform at Kent.
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A view of the Colorado River near McCoy with the Denver & Rio Grande Railway tracks running alongside the river. The Quinlan [later Kirby] ranch is at midfield. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Unidentified man standing in D. & R. G. railyard. Inscription reads: "Clearance?"