This is a 3.5 X 3.5 reproduction photograph of two locomotives in a valley with several buildings nearby. Title(s) by Carpenter, L (DIC/PMP).
Chicago & North Western, 1902, at Gayville. Shows standard gauge 225 going to Central with Elkhorn car. Caption says: "This photo, from the collection of Carl Welch, of Denver, Colo., was taken shortly after the hourly inter-urban trains began running between Deadwood and Lead in the fall of 1902. Engine 225 is a standard gauge 4-6-0 headed west on the 3 rail track which continued on to Central City; on the trestle which blocks the old line sits a narrow gauge 4-8-0, No. 209, which has just come from Lead. Running along Deadwood Creek into the gorge at distant left is the line east of Deadwood. Photo published in the North Western Newsliner, October 1947. Courtesy of Chicago & North Western Railway. Fielder copy.
JPeG set to medium compression, dimension sized to 640x480, resolution set at 30 dpi, watermark set to 15 percent.
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