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<i>Last passenger train out of Basalt</i>
Photographer: R.O. Strong (courtesy of the Denver Public Library)
Taken: August 4, 1918
Caption: Last passenger train out of Basalt
Additional Description: "A steam engine pulling three passenger cars leaves the Basalt train depot in Basalt, Colorado, for the last time. The tracks of the Colorado and Midland Railroad are in the foreground. A lone, closed, car is on one set of tracks near tracks holding open cars and a locomotive. The depot is a one-story building with two gables and two chimneys. The engine house is a large, L-shaped building with several stovepipe chimneys, a large gable and a locomotive inside...."
Submitted: July 17, 2020.
Database Locator Identification Number: p530493
File Size: 0.029 Megabytes

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