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Mountain Quarry Railroad Construction Photograph Album no. 029
California State Railroad Museum
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California State Railroad Museum Library
California Revealed from California State Railroad Museum Library
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Shows the construction of a poorly documented railroad that connects to the Southern Pacific Railroad. Of particular note are a number of very high quality photographs of the construction of the concrete bridge just south of Auburn along Highway 49. This concrete arch bridge is known as "No Hands Bridge" or "Mountain Quarries Bridge."
Photograph Album
8 x 10 in.
106 Pages of 106
MS 816
Railroad trains
Railroad tracks--Design and construction
Bridges--Design and construction
Southern Pacific Railroad Company
Auburn (Calif.)
Placer County (Calif.)
California State Railroad Museum Library and Archives
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