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[View of construction.]

[View of railroad construction from hill.]

View of the cascade 200 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

[View of railroad construction from hill.]

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

Shelburne falls general view.

Central shaft.

[Hawkins' well--no. 4.]

Entrance to tunnel, east end.

Prof. Mowbray's nitro-glycerine works at the west shaft, North Adams, Mass.

East end--miners going in.

Hoosac Tunnel, east portal and mountain.

Shelburne falls rapids.

West portal--entrance.

Entrance to tunnel, west end.

Lover's retreat near nat. bridge.

Machine shop at east end.

Machine shop at east end.

Deerfield dam.

Stone dam at glan mill.

[Workers at mouth of tunnel.]

Compressor building and dump.

The new air compressors which furnish power to drive the drills, about 500 feet below the surface of the earth.

Shelburne falls rapids.

[Workers at mouth of tunnel.]

Railroad and river.

Miners descending the west shaft.

Central shaft.

Deerfield river, looking up.

Entrance to tunnel, west end.

Hoosac Tunnel, west end.

Blacksmith shop, &c., east end.

Hoosac Tunnel--interior view, showing drill carriage and pipes.

East end--near view.

West entrance of arch.

West entrance of arch.

Hoosac Tunnel, Mass.

[Portal.]

[Hawkins' well--no. 4.]

Jenks & Rice's hotel--from R. R. tracks.

Central shaft 583 feet deep, showing new buildings.

Hoosac Tunnel, east portal and mountain.

Entrance to tunnel, east end.

Entrance to tunnel, west end.

West end as it appears from the original standpoint, looking north-east.

Miners descending the west shaft.

Jenks & Rice's hotel--from R. R. tracks.

[Steam shovel at work.]

The new air compressors which furnish power to drive the drills, about 500 feet below the surface of the earth.

Marble quarry, North Adams.

West portal--showing archway.

West end, showing the brick arch.

Blacksmith shop, &c., east end.

Miners descending the west shaft.

Stone dam at glan mill.

Hoosac Tunnel, west end.

Shelburne falls rapids.

East end--near view.

View of east end of tunnel looking out.

Machinery for compressing air, Hoosac Tunnel.

Machine shop at east end.

Machine shop.

View from Rock Arbor--looking down str.

Hoosac house and mountain.

Hoosac Tunnel, east portal and mountain.

West end as it appears from the original standpoint, looking north-east.

Prof. Mowbray's nitro-glycerine works at the west shaft, North Adams, Mass.

Hoosac Tunnel.

Entrance to tunnel, west end.

Entrance to tunnel, east end.

East end--miners going in.

Hoosac Tunnel, west end of the double track.

Jenks & Rice's hotel--across the Deerfield.

Blacksmith shop, &c., east end.

Hoosac Tunnel, Mass.

Hawkins' well--no. 4.

Miners descending the west shaft with the Burleigh Drill.

West portal--showing archway.

West end, showing the brick arch.

Deerfield dam.

Natural bridge.

Construction view of the east side.

View of east end of tunnel looking out.

Interior view of Hoosac tunnel.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

General view of the central shaft.

View of dam at foot of cascade, 1-4 mile up creek.

Hoosac Tunnel, east portal and mountain.

[Men and children posed at the blacksmith's shop at the east end of the tunnel.]

West entrance of arch.

Natural bridge.

Compressor building and dump.

The new air compressors which furnish power to drive the drills, about 500 feet below the surface of the earth.

[Buildings and tracks near the tunnel.]

Natural bridge, looking down stream.

Entrance to tunnel, east end.

Fearful bridge.

Miners descending the west shaft with the Burleigh Drill.

West entrance of arch.

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