0001 Old Fort remnant, 1929
0002 Fremont Street, Union Pacific Depot Park, ca. 1930
0003 Hospital , August, 1952
0004 Arizona Club
0005 Fremont Street, looking west, ca. 1930
0006 Fremont Street, looking east, 1933
0007 Main and Fremont, Hotel Nevada, ca. 1930
0008 Union Plaza Hotel and tracks looking south, September, 1973
0009 Unloading refrigerator car, Las Vegas, 1935
0010 "City of Las Vegas", LA 28-36-B, at Las Vegas, 1958
0011 Another view of former V&T locomotive on publicity tour for movie "Union Pacific", 1939
0012 SD-45's with coal drag heading to Con Edison Plant in California, taken from tower in Las Vegas, 1965-68 (?)
0013 GMC Autotrain on UP "City of Las Vegas" 12/18/56-9/15/57
0014 Signing contract to construct dam, including Six Companies officials, Bureau of Reclamation officials, local people (see # 0020 0023 for identification).
0015 Similar view of above dated April 18, 1931; W.R. Armstrong, Walker Young, R.F. Walter, Dr. Mead signing contract, Louis Crampton
0016 Celebration either at Boulder Junction (south of Las Vegas) or at Boulder City.
0017 Inside coach, first train into Boulder City
0018 Says "First passenger train entering Boulder City" but going in wrong direction. Taken near 6 Companies yard no. of Boulder heading south.
0019 Government tents, April 10, 1931
0020 Panorama, wash and river, April 18, 1931
0021 Office of U.S. Marshall, including Marshall Claude Williams
0022 Close-up of office and Marshall and family
0023 Deputy Marshall, including Marshall Claude Williams
0024 Scene at entrance to canyon, Murl Emery building
0025 Rattlesnakes draped over sign for Boulder Dam Pier
0026 Similar view
0027 Group in boat on river
0028 Panorama of desert, April 18, 1931
0029 View of tents from road, "Ragtown homes", March 13, 1931
0030 "Ragtown family", two women, children on porch of tent house
0031 Children only, same location
0032 Distributing food in Ragtown, August 13, 1931
0033 Close-up of woman of above photo at her tent house
0034 Distributing water, Same Jones, 75 years old, August 13, 1931
0035 Sam Jones outside his tent house
0036 "First grocery in Boulder City" including Mr. & Mrs. W.F. Shields , Harry Buchanan , chef, April 18, 1931
0037 Two men outside tent, G.H. De Loach, R.R. Heusel, August 13, 1931
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0038 Road building, April 10, 1931
0039 Road building, April 10, 1931
0040 Road building, April 10, 1931
0041-0050 work on canyon walls
0041 ladder on walls
0042 Close up April 10, 1931
0043 Similar view, April 10, 1931
0044 Men and equipment, river and Ragtown in distance, April 18, 1931
0045 Close up of two men looking over edge, April 18, 1931
0046 Close up of one man
0047 Man & drill
0048 Close up
0049 Man setting portable lights
0050 Similar view April 18, 1931
0051 Man and equipment
0052 Men and rods, April 18, 1931
0053 Similar view, April 18, 1931
0055 Man and tractor, April 18, 1931
0056 Two men and tractor, April 18, 1931
0057 Power shovel
0058-0065 Surveying activities
0058 Officials in the field : H.S. McDowell, C.A. Williams, R.C. Thaxton, Frank T. Crowe, John C. Page; March 13, 1931
0059 Similar view of above
0060 Similar view of above
0061 Similar view of above
0062 Similar view of above
0063 Similar view of above
0064 Surveyors, April 18, 1931
0065 Frank Crowe looking over plans on site of Boulder City
0066-0074 Photos of construction site
0066 Lewis camp midway between Boulder City and river, March 13, 1931
0067 Panorama, Boulder City, April 18, 1931
0068 Panorama, Boulder City, RR tracks in distance, April 18, 1931
0069 Panorama, Boulder City, RR tracks in distance, April 18, 1931
0070 Panorama, desert site of Boulder City, March 13, 1931
0071 Panorama, desert site of Boulder City, March 13, 1931
0072 Panorama, desert site of Boulder City, March 13, 1931
0073 Panorama, desert site of Boulder City, March 13, 1931
0074 Leveling hill adjacent to Boulder City for reservoir, March 13, 1931
0075 Gate into reservation, Boulder City, "gate where men are hired." August 13, 1931
0076 Similar view, August 13, 1931
0077 U.S. Marshall stopping all cars entering Boulder City
0078 Layout of streets, taken from New Reclamation Era, Feb. 1931
0079 Boulder City General Plan
0080 Construction, reservoir tank to supply city, March 13, 1931
0081 Close up of above view
0082 Panorama , tents in foreground
0083 Railroad building, April 10, 1931
0084 Panorama of construction sites, April 10, 1931
0085 Panorama of wood frame buildings , April 18, 1931
0086 General view of buildings under construction, April 18, 1931
0087 Buildings under construction
0088 Close up of buildings
0089 Making streets, October 12, 1931
0090 Laying sewer pipes, October 12, 1931
0091 Building activity, October 12, 1931
0092 Building activity, October 12, 1931
0093 Recreation building, October 12, 1931
0094 Offices , Boulder City Company Stores and Post Offices, October 12, 1931
0095 Boulder City Police Department, October 12, 1931
0096 General store, Boulder City Co. October 12, 1931
0097 Government engineers homes under construction, October 12, 1931
0098 Government engineers homes under construction, October 12, 1931
0099 Residential street, October 12, 1931
0100 Residential street, October 12, 1931
0101 Back of residence
0102 Dormitory building east of Administration building, October 13, 1931
0103 Hospital under construction
0104 Similar view of above
0105 Administration building from park, September 20, 1933
0106 Panorama of Boulder City from park, September 20, 1933
0107 Panorama of Boulder City from Administration building
0108 Panorama of Boulder City from Administration building
0109 Street scene of Boulder City Company Stores and Billiards Fountain Service, September 20, 1931
0110 Close up, Boulder City Company Stores and Union Pacific Stages vehicle, September 20, 1931
0111 Close up Billiard's Fountain service, September 20, 1933
0112 Street scene, Nevada Highway, Boulder City
0114 View of residences looking toward reservoir, March 22, 1935
0115 Residences in area of Administration building, March 22, 1935
0116 Another view of above
0117 Aerial view, March 28, 1937
0118 Aerial view, March 28, 1937
0119 Union Pacific Stage at lookout above Colorado River, September 20, 1933
0125 Sims Ely at his desk, 1931
0126 Close up of above
0127 D.E. Shelley, UP agent
0128 Boulder City UP work cars at railroad construction site
0129 Eight men standing in front of Post Office: R.J. Coffey , P.J. Dent, Chas A. Dobbel, Dr. Mead, R.F. Walter, J.R. Finney, W.R. Armstrong, J.R. Alexander, 1931
0130 Close up of five of above
0131 Close up of six above
0132 Interior office, B.D. Siegfus, Al Cahlan, Walker Young, P.S. Webb, John C. Page, 1931
0133 Mrs. Edith Powell , first woman resident of Boulder City, standing outside tent house
0134 Close up above
0135 Children , Donna and Betty Brown, 1931
0136 Salt Lake RR Depot and Pacific Express Company office, 1905.
0137 First Tent.1904 (1905)
0138 Clayson and Griffith store , 1905
0139 Union Pacific Depot upon completion in 1906
0140 Hotel Las Vegas, 1905
0141 Las Vegas Ranch store, hotel and post office
0142 Fremont street , Las Vegas, Nevada
0143 Union Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot, Las Vegas, Nevada 1924
0144 Same as above
0145 Snow sheds in the Sierra Nevadas on Central Pacific
NOTE: Use of the following photographs for publication or display does not require permission from UPRR.
Additions to Collection (These photos taken from time capsule in cornerstone in UPRR Station, Las Vegas; placed there in 1940, retrieved when building was demolished ca. 1970)
0146 Junior Chamber of Commerce , Las Vegas. Weds. Feb. 28, 1940
0147 Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Meeting, Feb. 27, 1940
0148 "Bright lights-gay nights in Las Vegas, Nevada. 1940" [Fremont Street]
0149 "No use rushing with space all sold out," says Helen Slattery, Chicago General Traffic, United Air Lines, as she climbs aboard the smooth 1904 model being carefully piloted by Dutch Goerman, Secretary of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce.
0150 Lions Club, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1940.
0151 Board of Clark County Commissioners, March, 1940. L. to R.: Roland H. Wiley, Esq. District Attorney ; Harold J. Stocker, Commissioner, George T. Hanson, Chairman; David Farnsworth, County Auditor and Recorder; E.F. Davison, Commissioner; and Lloyd S. Payne, County Clerk.
0152 Las Vegas Rotary Club-1940
0153 Las Vegas Rotary Xmas Party, 1940. [A.C. Grant, President is seated in car; Bryan L. Bunker, Secretary, is standing 2nd from the right , 1st row]
0154 Left to right: Bottom row-Mrs. A.L. Dixon, Miss L. Dixon, Mrs.C.M. Atherton, Mrs. G.R. Van Eaton, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. M.L. Botts, Mrs. A.J. Schmidt, Mrs. H.S. Baldwin, Mrs. R.A. Gronberg, Mrs. P.H. Tingen, Mrs. J.D. Forbes. Center row: Mr. A.H. Dixon, Mr. T.C. Roberts, Mrs. R.A. Blonde, Mrs. O.M. Barnett; Top row-Mr. F.J. Jacomini, Mr. G.E. Casey, Mr. J.S. Letchworth, Mr. J.J. Logan, Mr. M.L. Botts, Mr. J.J. Logan, Mr. M.L. Botts, Mr. J.D. Forbes, Mr. H.S. Baldwin, Mr. G.R. Van Eaton, Mr. J.E. White, Mr. R.A. Blonde.
0155 William Martin Jeffers. [UPRR President, 1940]
0156 Union Pacific Old Timer's Club No. 23, Las Vegas, Nevada ca. 1940
0157 William H. Guild, General Manager, Union Pacific RR, Salt Lake City, south-central district. Ca. 1940
0158 H.L. Gogerty, Architect for UPRR Co. passenger Station in Las Vegas, Nev. Ca. 1940
0159 Walter R. Bracken, Special Reprehensive for the President of the UPRR Co. Las Vegas, Nevada. Ca.1940
0160 Las Vegas in 1910
0161 N.A. Williams, Vice President in charge of operations of UPRR, 1939. [photo ca. 1939-40]
0162 Russell Wells, May 15, 1922
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0163 Mayor Russell and family taken in 1909
0164 Louis C. Pico, Antonia Eva Pico, and Louis, Jr., Feb.7, 1938. "A satisfied water user"
0165 Mr. And Mrs. Wes Neeley [Mr. Neeley was general foreman of the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. in 1940] (Photo by G.L. Ullom, ca. 1940)
0166 Daughter of Wes Neeley, general foreman of the LV Land and Water Co. [ca. 1940]
0167 Children of Wes Neeley, general foreman of the LV Land and Water Co. 1940
186 El Rancho Vegas 1950's
187 El Rancho Vegas, Las Vegas Nev. (c. 1950)
188 El Rancho Vegas 1950's
189 El Rancho Vegas 1950's-pool
190 El Rancho Vegas (Las Vegas, Nev.)-c.1950's
191 El Rancho Vegas Hotel & Casino 1950's
192 El Rancho Vegas-c.1950's
193 El Rancho Vegas-Las Vegas, Nev.-c. 1950's
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195 Fremont Hotel-Las Vegas . (c.1950's)
196 Hotel Fremont in downtown Las Vegas (c.1950?)
197 Last Frontier Hotel-Last Frontier Village. (c.1950's)
198 Last Frontier Hotel-Museum and saloon in the Last Frontier Village.
199 Last Frontier Hotel-Justice of the Peace's cabin in the Last Frontier Village.
200 Last Frontier Village at the Last Frontier Hotel, Las Vegas (c.1950's) Shown are the Gay Nineties Bar and the stagecoach used to pick up hotel guests.
201 Last Frontier Village-Fanny's Dress Shop. (c.1950's)
202 Frontier Museum and Saloon in the Last Frontier Village (c.1950's)
203 Last Frontier Village. (c.1950s)
204 Front porch of the Last Frontier Museum and Saloon. (c.1950s)
205 Last Frontier Village -. (c.1950s)
206 Last Frontier Village-(c.1950s) Tourists gazing at huge bell. (c.1950's)
207 Last Frontier Village- tourists on stagecoach
208 Last Frontier Village- tourists on stagecoach
209 Hotel Last Frontier-pool area. (c.1950s)
210 Last Frontier Hotel-pool scene (c.1950s) Florence Chadwick climbing out of pool.
211 New Frontier Hotel (after 1950)
213 Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nev. (c. 1950s)
214 Guest room in the Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas (c.1950s)
215 Pool scene-Riviera Hotel. (c.1950s)
216 Guest room in the Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas (c.1950s)
217 Pool at Riviera Hotel (c.1950's)
218 Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nev. (c. 1950s)
219 Pool at Riviera Hotel (c.1950's)
220 Riviera Hotel swimming pool (seen from above). (c. 1950s)
221 Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. (c.1950s)
222 Royal Nevada Hotel , Las Vegas, NV. (c. 1950s)
223 Swimming pool at Royal Nevada Hotel, Las Vegas. (c.1950s)
230 Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas. (c.1950's)
231 Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas (c.1950's) Front entrance
232 Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas , Nevada (c.1950s) Another view of the front entrance.
233 Thunderbird Hotel-Las Vegas (1950's) Front en trance
234 Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas , Nevada (c.1950s) Another view of the front entrance.
235 Thunderbird Hotel- back view of the swimming pool. (c.1950's)
236 Front entrance of Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas (c.1950s)
237 Swimming pool and back of Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas, (c.1950)
238 Swimming pool-Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas. (c.1950s)
239 Lake Mead Lodge -exterior view. (c.1950s)
240 Exterior view of Lake Mead Lodge. (1940s -50s?)
241 View of Lake Mead Lodge exterior (1940s-1950)
242 Lake Mead Lodge-another view of the exterior. (1940s-1950)
243 Restaurant in Lake Mead Lodge-Lake Mead can be seen through the windows. (1940s-1950)
244 Shuffleboard at the Desert Lodge (1940s-1950)
245 Horse in Fremont Hotel bar during Helldorado Days, Las Vegas, (1950) People not identified.
246 Helldorado Days parade, Las Vegas. Nev. (c. 1950) Sands Hotel float
247 Helldorado Days -Las Vegas , Nev. Horse in Fremont Hotel bar. (c.1950s) people not identified.
248 Helldorado Days parade, Las Vegas, Nev. Golden Nugget float (1950)
249 Helldorado Days parade Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nev.
250 Helldorado Days parade Las Vegas. Nev. (c. 1950) Sahara Hotel float.
251 Helldorado Days parade Las Vegas. Nev. (c. 1950) Horse-drawn stagecoaches.
1.1 Milepost 35.0 Union Pacific forces restoring main tracks. First track in this view belongs to the So. Pacific RR. The channel running under these two main line tracks has been diverted to parallel Southern Pacific line on North side as shown in M2.
1.2 Existing bridge 33.84-East of Pomona. Flood waters have cut new channel immediately east of existing bridge. It was necessary to drive a six span pile trestle replacing embankment which also washed away. This view is looking westerly toward Pomona.
1.3 Existing bridge 33.84-East of Pomona. Channel change has been made to allow flood waters to pass over Southern Pacific and Union Pacific tracks. New six span pile trestle was constructed immediately west of our present bridge.
1.4 Constructing bridge over new channel east of out existing bridge 33.84-east of Pomona.
1.5 Taken from South side of bridge 33.84-East of Pomona, showing existing bridge serves no purpose account new channel cut by flood waters washing away embankment immediately east of existing bridge , necessitating new six span pile trestle to restore tracks to operation.
1.6 Constructing new six span bridge east of existing bridge 33.84.
1.7 Similar to M6. New bridge constructed east of present bridge 33.84.
1.8 Roadway equipment on Union Pacific tracks. The track northerly belongs to the Southern Pacific Company. Flood waters washed away telegraph line between these two tracks and prior to taking this picture flood waters were diverted to north side of Southern Pacific Tracks, carrying waters into existing San Antonio Valley wash.
1.9 Channel change made by Southern Pacific and Union Pacific forces diverting water which was passing over our tracks and now flood waters are being diverted along northerly side of Southern Pacific RR and entering existing bridges at Milepost 33.84.
1.10 Mira Loma (Mile post 45.6) together with washout damage north of tool house. The main line washout has been partly restored and passing track is out of operation.
1.11 Mira Loma Station trackings looking east from station. Flood waters washed out main passing track west of this view.
1.12 Freight house platform and depot washed out. Also where embankment has been partly restored on mainline at Mira Loma Station.
1.13 Embankment and temporary tie crib culvert installed under main track at Mira Loma Station. The girders for underpass are shown at the extreme west. This underpass still contains large body of water which will not interfere with railroad operation.
1.14 Underpass at Milepost 45.35-Mira Loma main track looking northerly showing flood waters contained under bridge structure. This underpass has pumping equipment belonging to County which apparently is not in operation. The edge of the pump house can be seen at the right hand side.
1.15 Similar to MM5 showing view of Mira Loma underpass looking in southerly direction. Pump house, which is not in operation belonging to County, shown on easterly embankment.
1.16 Mile post 0.44 -View indicates track washed out between Macy Street bridge and transmission tower, along east bank of Los Angeles River. Will require two or three carloads of embankment to make repairs.
1.17 Mile post. 0. 54 -View indicates washout of double track immediately north of Macy Street viaduct, Los Angeles. Embankment entirely washed away for a distance of 400 feet. The Griffith Co. of Los Angeles have dismantled this trackage and are now making the necessary fill to restore embankment
1.18 Mile post 0.54 -View indicates washout of double track immediately north of Macy street viaduct embankment. (same as above)
1.19 (same as above)
1.20 Mile post .54 -View indicates washout within one or two feet from end of tie-27ft. deep, along east bank of Los Angeles River. Pictures show our Alhambra transfer office and Southern Pacific bridge in background.
1.21 (same as 1.20)
1.23 Mile post 2.95-Views of bridge 2.95. Pile bents have been washed away and bridge deck twisted and partially leaning against the Santa Fe steel bridge structure.
1.24 Same description , different view.
1.25 Same as above.
1.26 Milepost 3.77-Indicates slight washout about 40ft. in length, within 1 ft. from end of tie, requiring approximately one carload of embankment to restore.
1.27 Mile post 4.08-4.10 The first view shows embankment washed out for 40ft. in length-12 ft. deep. P13, same as view in opposite direction. Trackage was washed out at this location also during 1934. P14, P15, embankment washed out for 80ft. in length-3ft under end of tie and 6ft. deep.
1.28 Mile post 4.08-4.10 This view shows embankment washed out for 40ft. in length-12 ft. deep. This photo taken in opposite direction from P12. Trackage was washed out at this location also during 1934.
1.29 Mile post 4.08-4.10 This view shows embankment washed out for 80ft. in length -3ft. under end of tie and 15 feet deep.
1.30 Same as above
1.31 Mile post 5.13-Embankment washed out along the Los Angeles River for distance of 80 ft. and within 3ft. from end of tie.
1.32 Same as above.
1.34 Same description , different view.
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1.35 Mile post 6.42-This picture, along with photos P21, P22 , and P23, indicate washout in three different locations for end of tie. Depth of washout in three different locations from end of tie. Depth of washout varies from 6 to 12 feet deep.
1.39 Four pile bents were washed out beneath this bridge. This view shows how track has dropped on the deck of bridge.
1.40 Four pile bents were washed out beneath this bridge. This view, looking westward, shows how track has dropped on the deck of bridge.
1.41 This picture shows damage done to bridge. Four bents of this bridge being entirely washed out.
1.42 Same as above. Different view
1.43 Same as above. Different view
1.44 This picture shows damage done to bridge. Four bents of this bridge being entirely washed out.
1.45 Same as above , different view.
1.46 Bridge 3.45-Six bents of this bridge washed out together with ten piling in other bents require replacement. Also be necessary to add two spans on North end of this bridge.
1.47 Bridge 8.92-Will be necessary to replace one piling and straighten five others. Deck of bridge shifted 8 inches for 8 spans. Damage done principally due to a 60 ft. deck of another bridge being washed into this structure.
1.48 Same as above, different view.
1.49 Bridge 8.92-- Same as above, different view
1.50 Bridge 8.92-- Same as above, different view
1.51 Bridge 8.92-Will be necessary to replace one piling and straighten five others. Deck of bridge shifted 8 inches for 8 spans. Damage done principally due to a 60 ft. deck of another bridge being washed into this structure.
1.78 Santa Ana Bridge near Riverside-Bridge 1.86. This was a 75 span pile bridge. Only 33 spans now exist. This branch is used jointly with Pacific Electric Railway.
1.79 Santa Ana Bridge near Riverside-Bridge 1.86 Showing portion of 33 spans of structure which were not washed away by flood waters.
1.80 Santa Ana Bridge near Riverside-Bridge 1.86. Showing location where 42 spans of this bridge were washed away by flood waters.
1.81 Santa Ana Bridge near Riverside. --- Bridge 1.86 Looking easterly over 33 span portion of this bridge which was not washed away by flood waters. Original length of this bridge was 75-15 foot spans.
1.82 Santa Ana Bridge near Riverside-Bridge 1.86 Looking westerly from end of existing portion of bridge. Thirty-three spans now exist , as shown , in good alignment. The balance of the bridge must be rebuilt. Pacific Electric Railway trolley wires are shown adjacent to this structure.
1.83 Bridge 1.14-1.16 (in park at Riverside) Bridge 1.16. This structure, together with one span pile trestle bridge 1.14 and 240 feet of embankment, washed out as shown in pictures to follow.
1.84 Bridge 1.14-1.16 (in park at Riverside) This view was taken while standing on R.C. Box culvert 1.16. One span pile bridge 1.14 is shown underneath the debris
1.85 Bridge 1.14-1.16 This view shows wash out-Bridge 1.14 Bridge 1.16 together with 240 feet embankment, washed out
1.86 Bridge 1.14- 1.16 (in park at Riverside)-showing channel cut by flood waters, removing embankment adjacent to bridge 1.14 Embankment is about 24 feet in height-washed out of 240 feet.
1.87 Bridge 1.14- 1.16 (in park at Riverside)-Bridge 1.16 Rialto Branch. Similar to other views.
1.88 Bridge 1.14- 1.16 (in park at Riverside)-Track washed out distance of 240 feet including one span pile bridge 1.14 and R.C. Box Culvert 1.16
1.89 Alamo Siding. -View of Alamo Station-Rialto Branch showing passing track and main line washed out for a distance of 210 feet. Highway parallel our trackage can be seen showing that embankment was cut away from side of highway a depth of 6 to 8 feet.
1.90 Alamo siding-Similar to 1.69 photo-passing track and main line. Washed out at Alamo Station for a distance of 210 feet, approximately 16 feet deep.
1.91 Alamo siding -similar to above.
1.92 Alamo siding -210 feet washed out main and passing track same location as shown in pictures 1.89 through 1.91.
1.93 View of Bridge 160.39 over Mojave River between Yermo and Daggett. Two spans of this bridge entirely washed away.
1.94 Same as description, different view.
1.95 Bridge 191.16 west of Afton. Four 60 foot girder spans washed away together with 100 feet of embankment each side. Photo looking east.
1.96 Same as above, different view.
1.97 Immediately east of Afton showing easterly portal tunnel Number 1 together with washout of fill for distance 500 feet.
1.98 Same as photo 1.97 indicating west portal of tunnel no.1 and 1720 feet of fill and trackage out.
1.99 Milepost 193.7 east of tunnel No. 1 indicating washout of 1000 feet of fill and trackage.
1.100 Baxter; Rock Spur track including bridge entirely gone with four or five cars washed into stream bed. This picture also indicates loss of mainline bridge west of Baxter.
1.101 Showing Baxter station ground, rock spur and location of bridge west of Baxter washed out. The dark track area indicates track intact. Grey area indicates where embankment has been washed away which supports track structure for a distance of approximately two miles.
1.102 Indicates washout adjacent to main track 1 mile east of Baxter passing tracks. Considerable embankment has been washed away which supports track structure for a distance of approximately two miles.
1.103 Milepost 198 indicates washout main track 234 feet, allowing no support track structure.
1.104 King passing track. Supporting embankment removed also from mainline at certain locations as shown.
1.105 Crucero passing track washed out. Embankment removed also from mainline at certain locations as shown.
1.106 Crucero station. Passing track washed out. Signals and interlocking plant badly damaged. Tonopah and Tidewater crosses our line at this location. Pictures indicate the line washed out for at this location. Pictures indicate that line washed out for distance of approximately five miles.
1.107 Indicating yard tracks at Crucero, east of station. Secondary tracks badly damages by flood waters.
1.108 Mile post 206-208.5, embankment washed out and track dropped about five feet at various locations within limits of mileposts as shown.
1.109 Milepost 106-208.5 , same as above.
1.110 Milepost 208.5 embankment washed out for 200 feet and track dropped five feet. No bridge existed at this location.
1.111 Showing conditions through Dry Lake between Roach and Borax.
1.112 View shows Moapa station in the distance. Picture was taken with the view of determining condition of bridge 381.53. View indicates no damage done at that location.
1.113 Pile bridge at Milepost 7.71, St. Thomas Branch, will require new structure to place this track in operation.
1.114 Indicates bridge washed out between Milepost 9 and 10 on ST. Thomas Branch.
1.115 Picture indicates Rox Station
1.116 Hoyo Gravel Pit. Picture indicates no damage done at that location
1.117 Vicinity milepost 439.33 indicating location of washed out track for distance of several hundred feet which was located on 12 foot fill.
1.118 Elgin station. Main track washed out at three different locations for a distance of approximately 200 feet each.
1.119 Milepost 441.8 Bridge abutment washed out at this location together with 20 foot fill for distance one rail length.
1.120 Pioche Branch. Vicinity milepost 12.5, washed in and track covered with debris at numerous locations for distance of two and one-half miles.
1.121 Vicinity of Delmues, Pioche branch, embankment washed away from end of ties for distance of 1000 feet. Several smaller washouts indicated in upper center photo.
1.122 Pioche Branch. Vicinity of Delmues. Track washed out at various locations and covered with debris at other locations as shown.
1.123 Between Islen and Barclay, indicates embankment supporting main track washed out for several hundred feet.
1.124 Washout of several hundred feet of main track one mile east of Barclay, Milepost 479.6
1.125 Bridge 160.39 over Mojave River between Daggett and Yermo.
1.126 Same as above.
1.127 Same as above. (different view)
1.128 Bridge 191.19 over Mojave River immediately West of Afton.
1.129 Same as above
1.130 Bridge 191.19 over Mojave River immediately West of Afton.
1.131 Same as above. (different view)
1.132 Bridge 191.19 over Mojave River immediately West of Afton.
1.133 Same as above. (different view)
1.134 Bridge 191.19 over Mojave River immediately West of Afton.
1.135 Same as above
1.136 Bridge 191.19 over Mojave River immediately West of Afton.
1.137 Same as above. (different view)
1.138 Bridge 191.19 over Mojave River immediately West of Afton.
1.139 Bridge 190.90 and embankment washed away between this bridge and milepost 192.00 in station ground at Afton.
1.140 Same as above, different view.
1.141 Bridge 192.27 and west portal of tunnel No.1 east of Afton. Photo 1.144 who's upper limits of high water through the tunnel No. 1 Approximate height of high water at west portal of this tunnel was 8 feet above top of rail.
1.142 Same as above, different view.
1.144 Bridge 192.27 and west portal of tunnel No.1 east of Afton. Photo 1.144 who's upper limits of high water through the tunnel No. 1 Approximate height of high water at west portal of this tunnel was 8 feet above top of rail.
1.145 Showing debris passing through tunnel No.1 at Afton and damage done to embankment immediately east of east portal of tunnel No.1 , at Milepost 192.34
1.146 Same as above, different view.
1.147 Same as above.
1.148 Shows damage done to railroad embankment between east portal tunnel No.1 Milepost 192.34 and Mile post 192.70.
1.149 Same as above, different view.
1.150 Looking West from Milepost 193.70
1.151 Looking West from Milepost 193.70
1.152 Same as above, different view.
1.153 Shows damage done to embankment at Mile post 194.44 where block signal 1944 was located and which is now in stream bed opposite Milepost 194.56
1.154 Showing embankment at Milepost 196.00 where waters from Mojave River overflowed embankment and tracks, West of Baxter.
1.155 Same as above, different view.
1.156 Showing condition of road bed and bridge 196.12 immediately west of Baxter. Portions of steel girders from bridge 196.12 can be seen under driftwood in right foreground.
1.157 Showing condition of road bed and bridge 196.12 immediately west of Baxter. Portions of steel girders from bridge 196.12 can be seen under driftwood in right foreground.
1.158 Showing damage done to embankment and bridge across the Mojave River on lime quarry spur at Baxter.
1.213 Bridge 6.83, looking north from hill-top at Milepost 7, showing remaining piling; decking has been swept down-stream about a mile.
1.214 Bridge 6.83, looking west from hill-top.
1.215 Bridge 6.83, taken from west bank of Muddy.
1.216 Bridge 6.83, view from north approach, looking down branch.
1.217 Bridge 7.75; 12-span pile bridge with decking washed down-stream about 500feet. Grade still in place for approximately 300feet, but ties and rail visible to left.
1.218 Bridge 7.75; looking downstream , showing decking from Bridge 6.83 in foreground. Decking from Bridge 7.75 in background, down-stream.
1.219 Bridge 7.75, looking downstream from south bank of Muddy.
1.220 Bridge 7.75, looking north (toward Moapa) from south bank of the Muddy.
1.221 From hill-top above Bridge 7.75 showing decking from this bridge 300 feet down-stream, at foot of hill, in horse-shoe shape.
1.222 From point of rock looking down stream at Bridge 7.75, showing debris and decking from Bridge 6.83 in foreground. From point of rock looking down-stream at Bridge 7.75, showing washed out trackage in background, at foot of hill across the Muddy.
1.223 From point of rock looking down-stream at Bridge 7.75, showing washed out trackage in background, at foot of hill across the Muddy.