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Double bow knot of the Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Woods Railroad, viewed from Mount Tamalpais, Marin County, about 1900
West, H. H. (Henry Hebard), 1872-1958
Date Created and/or Issued
[circa 1900]
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
West (H. H.) Collection
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Photograph looking southeast down the mountainside of Mount Tamalpais towards the double bow knot of the Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Woods Railroad and surrounding area. Shrubbery stands in the immediate foreground. Looking beyond that, a bird's-eye view looking southeast from Mt. Tamalpais looks across the Marin County peninsula. At center, the double bow knot section of railroad tracks climbs up the mountainside. In the distance and to the left of the tracks, Mill Valley is visible. The Marin County peninsula stretches into the background towards San Francisco Bay.
Text from negative sleeve: 971. Mt Tamalpais. About 1900. 3 views of track. 1 of the train. 1 of the station. 5 negatives.
b&w nitrate negative
No linguistic content
Landscapes (Representations)
Railroad tracks--California--Marin County
Tamalpais, Mount (Calif.)
Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Woods Railroad Co
West (H. H.) Collection

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