Railroads -- Design and construction
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
A photograph, taken outdoors, of men working with a crane on a steel railroad bridge. The RGW erecting crane #204 is on the bridge.
This is a holograph diary covering from 1 July 1881 to 15 April 1884. During this time, the author worked as a surveyor for the Utah Central Railroad in Spanish Fork Canyon and vicinity. The first 17 pages of the document are in pencil and the remainder are in ink. The hand is often difficult to decypher, especially since many of the entries are partly in shorthand (Pitman).
A photograph of D&RG "Highline" construction, cut and fill on upper level of loop looking northwest toward Bingham (Yampa tram in distance, location above lower Bingham).
Handwritten report which relates to the engineering problems concerning the Union Pacific Railroad construction in Utah and the work completed in laying railway lines immediately east of Salt Lake City, Utah during 1867.
A photograph, taken outdoors, of an iron railroad bridge being built over a river or lake.
A photograph of D&RG "High line" construction, looking northward across Bingham Canyon, Tower of Telegraph aerial tram. Prominence center background at peak.
A photograph, taken outdoors, of an iron bridge being built. The erecting crane is at work on the center spam.
A photograph of a mountain with a trail on it. There are a few men on part of the trail.