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Early Images of Clear Creek Canyon

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Denver and Rio Grande #65 near Pagosa Springs - 1884

Ted Kierscey Collection Collection

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Mother Grundy
Mother Grundy
Clear Creek Canyon
Ken Martin Collection
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Mother Grundy (enhanced by Ted Kierscey)
Mother Grundy (enhanced by Ted Kierscey)
Clear Creek Canyon
Ken Martin Collection
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Hanging Rock
Hanging Rock
Clear Creek Canyon
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Hanging Rock (enhanced by Ted Kierscey)
Hanging Rock (enhanced by Ted Kierscey)
Clear Creek Canyon
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Tough Cuss Bend - Clear Creek Canyon - 1881
Tough Cuss Bend
Clear Creek Canyon
1881
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Above Tough Cuss Bend in Clear Creek Canyon - 1875
Above Tough Cuss Bend
Clear Creek Canyon
1875
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Train in Clear Creek Canyon - 1880
Train in Clear Creek Canyon
1880
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Silver Ore Train in Clear Creek Canyon -1878
Silver Ore Train in Clear Creek Canyon
1878
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Colorado Central Railroad Construction Train in lower Clear Creek Canyon - 1872
Colorado Central Railroad Construction Train in lower Clear Creek Canyon
1872
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Clear Creek Canyon - 1879
Clear Creek Canyon
1879
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Clear Creek Canyon - 1880
Clear Creek Canyon
1880
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Clear Creek Canyon - Bridge at Huntsman's
Clear Creek Canyon
Bridge at Huntsman's
1880
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Clear Creek Canyon - 1880
Clear Creek Canyon
1880
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Clear Creek Canyon - 1879
Clear Creek Canyon
1879
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Work train in Clear Creek Canyon
1879
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Clear Creek Canyon
1878
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