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Bridges, trestles and tunnels

Subject Source: Photosub

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Copper River from bridge, undated

 Item — Photo box 3: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841384]
Identifier: PH001_0417d

Gulls at Copper River, 1910

 Item — Photo box 2: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841376]
Identifier: PH001_0319

Railroad bridge across Snake River at Ainsworth. Indian camp along river, with dugout canoe in foreground. Train crossing bridge., 1897 c

 Item — Photo box 5: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841400]
Identifier: PH001_0640

Ainsworth - named for Portland man [transportation mogul J.C. Ainsworth] - Just above the mouth of the Snake River where it enters the Columbia

Dates: 1897 c

Steel Bridge across the Copper River between the Miles and Childs Glaciers., 1910

 Item — Photo box 12: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841475]
Identifier: PH001_1374e

Finished about 1909-1910. See "The Iron Trail" by Rex Brach. The Ry cost $20 million and during the World War no. 1-20 million in Copper came out. The mine was exhausted and the Ry has stopped extention.

Dates: 1910