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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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Five members of the Flynn family on Christmas day 1917 at Kent. Kate Flynn is second from left. Railroad track is at right foreground. Section house is in the background. Inscription reads: "A Bunch of Flynns."
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Kate Flynn holding Dorthy Gilroy at Kent in 1918. Railroad tracks are to the left. Inscription reads: "Some Style."
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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.]
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"Char-coal kiln used in making charcoal for smelter 1890 in Colo." -- verso Three kilns located next to a railroad track and boxcar for the transportation of the finished charcoal. Wood stacked at left, prior to loading the kilns. A. P. Rundell is standing on top of the first kiln with four other men visible. From Jimmy Blouch on location: "My first guess is Mitchell, on Tennessee Pass. Mitchell is/was on the west side of Tennessee Pass. As one...
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Railroad bridge washout in Utah. Men are visible on the bridge, making repairs.
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A locomotive on the turntable at Minturn.
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View looking down on the Red Cliff Depot and railroad tracks in 1941.
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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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Passengers waiting at the Red Cliff railway (Denver & Rio Grande) depot, circa 1915. Several trunks are on the platform. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Timber shoring under steel stringers at midspan of the Pine Street viaduct over the railroad tracks and Eagle River in Red Cliff, Colorado. One of a series of photographs prepared by Lonco, Inc., consulting engineers for the Town of Red Cliff on July 31, 1992.
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A train approaching the Pine St. bridge in Red Cliff. At far left is the house of Canuto Velasquez. On the far right hillside is a house built by Doug Byren (Jan. 16, 2954--Nov. 14, 1989). The Byren house looks down on Water Street at center.
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Looking north at the bridge deck at the Pine Street viaduct over the railroad tracks and Eagle River in Red Cliff, Colorado. High Street is visible in the background. One of a series of photographs prepared by Lonco, Inc., consulting engineers for the Town of Red Cliff on July 31, 1992.
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Howard Barsley standing in the railyard at Gypsum.
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Railroad overpass on Colorado Highway 24 leading to Red Cliff. This was the route to Red Cliff prior to the construction of the Red Cliff arch bridge. [Red Cliff Bridge Construction photo 1]
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Photo postcard showing the Red Cliff Bridge, opened in 1941. A Denver & Rio Grande train is coming from Red Cliff, headed toward Gilman, alongside the very clear Eagle River. At the left is the Lover's Leap cliffs. On the right is the cut in the lower rocks for the road down to Red Cliff. At the center of the photo above the bridge can be seen the tailings from Hornsilver Mine with Butter Flats (clearing) just above that.
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A panoramic photograph taken from the Beck family yard, waiting for the last Union Pacific train to travel through Red Cliff. The tracks are visible with the Pine St. viaduct at far left. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church is right of the viaduct. "Union Pacific has pulled the last of its cross-country freight trains from the Tennessee Pass route, which averaged 12 trains a day through Eagle County. ... Union Pacific, as a part of its acquisition...
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Looking north at pier #3 foundation of the Pine Street viaduct over the railroad tracks and Eagle River in Red Cliff, Colorado. Man in center field is checking measurements. One of a series of photographs prepared by Lonco, Inc., consulting engineers for the Town of Red Cliff on July 31, 1992.
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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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Joe Sullivan, pipe in hand, standing on the tracks at Kent.