Deep Cut No. 1, West of Narrows of Weber Canyon showing the Manner of Excavation
4 HIGH x 8 WIDE x 0.1875 DEEP
(10.16 HIGH x 0.48 DEEP)
Museum Purchase

"No 10 D[e]ep Cut No 1 west of Narrows of Weber Cannon showi[ng] the manner of Excav[at]ion," inscribed in emulsion along top edge. Handwritten on the paper tape along the bottom edge is "Cut No. 1. West of the Narrows, Weber Canyon:" Followed by handwriting on the paper tape along the right edge which reads "showing method of Excavation." "372" is handwritten in red ink on the paper tape at the top left edge.

Photograph. Title: Deep Cut No. 1 West of Narrows of Weber Cannon, Showing the manner of excavation Image Description: (s372) see Title Physical Description: Stereographic collodion glass plate negative. Sub. Cat.: Transportation -- Railroads. Remarks: listed in Sedgwick's catalogue as "West end, Tunnel No. 3".

Public Domain Mark
This work (by Andrew J. Russell), identified by Oakland Museum of California, is free of known copyright restrictions.

Used: Union Pacific Railroad

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