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Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania.

Mt. Pisgah Plane. 2322 feet long, 864 feet high.

Coal chutes, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

View at Mauch Chunk.

Susquehanna Street and Lehigh River, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

View from South Mountain. Mauch Chunk.

Mansion house, from foot of Bear Mountain.

"The Switzerland of America," Mauch Chunk.

Incline plane.

Switchback Railroad, looking down Mt. Pisgah plane.

Switchback Railroad, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Flag Staff Ledge, South Mountain.

Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania.

View from Trestle bridge, Mt. Pisgah.

Mauch Chunk Narrows.

Canal lock, East Mauch Chunk in the distance.

View on the canal.

Canal lock, East Mauch Chunk in the distance.

Canal lock, East Mauch Chunk in the distance.

View from South Mountain. Mauch Chunk.

Flag Staff Ledge, South Mountain.

The residence and store of George Law, the millionaire, in 1836, situate on the Lehigh River, above Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Safety car. (Down Mt. Pisgah incline.)

Mount Pisgah Plane.

View at Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Mauch Chunk. View south from Mansion house.

Mansion house.

Mt. Pisgah. Length 2,341 ft., 664 ft. high.

Mt. Pisgah inclined plane.

The Narrows, from Prospect Rock.

Two mile turn, Switchback Railroad.

Mount Pisgah Plane.

Mauch Chunk.

Falls of Onoko, Glen Onoko.

Dual Vista, Glen Onoko.

Bear Mountain, from Prospect Rock.

Bridge at Mauch Chunk.

Pilgrim's Progress. (Views of Glen Onoko.)

View south from Mansion house.

Dam and rapids.

Mauch Chunk, looking south.

Switchback Railroad. The flats, looking [...]

Mauch Chunk, foot of Mt. Pisgah.

"The Switzerland of America," Mauch Chunk.

View on the Lehigh.

Turn Hole bridge and tunnel, Glen Onoko.

Mauch Chunk.

Mount Pisgah Plane looking down.

"The Switzerland of America" from mountain road.

View on the canal.

Mauch Chunk, Pa. Showing first incline.

Mauch Chunk, Mt. Pisgah.

[Rustic staircase, Glen Onoko.]

Coal mine opening.

The residence and store of George Law, the millionaire, in 1836, situate on the Lehigh River, above Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Switchback Railroad. The flats, looking [...]

Mauch Chunk. Bird's-eye view from cemetery.

Coal chutes, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Two mile turn.

View from Trestle bridge, Mt. Pisgah.

Mt. Pisgah, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Rustic stairway, Glen Onoko.

Rustic stairway, Glen Onoko.

Mauch Chunk. River view, looking south.

"The Switzerland of America" Mauch Chunk.

[Rustic staircase, Glen Onoko.]

Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania.

Coal shutes, Mauch Chunk.

Mauch Chunk, looking south.

Switchback Railroad. Mt. Jefferson Plane.

Switchback Railroad, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Mauch Chunk from Prospect Rock.

Chameleon Fall.

Mauch Chunk, foot of Mt. Pisgah.

Falls of Onoko, Glen Onoko.

Switchback Railroad. Mt. Pisgah plane.

Mt. Pisgah inclined plane.

Mount Jefferson Plane, S.B.R.R. [Switchback Railroad], Pa.

Mt. Jefferson Plane. 2070 feet long, 462 feet high.

Mansion house, from Bear Mountain.

View in Mauch Chunk.

Above the clouds, Switchback R.R.

Mansion house.

Mauch Chunk. River view, looking north.

View at Mauch Chunk.

View on Switchback R.R., Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Two mile turn, Switchback Railroad.

Switchback Railroad. Mauch Chunk, from top of Mt. Pisgah.

Mt. Pisgah Plane, Switchback R.R. [railroad].

Switchback Railroad. Mauch Chunk, from top of Mt. Pisgah.

Mauch Chunk and Mt. Pisgah.

Mauch Chunk.

The rapids, Mauch Chunk.

Packer's Point, Glen Onoko.

North view of Mauch Chunk, from Narrows.

View on the Lehigh.

Incline plane.

Inclined plane. No. 1.

Switchback R.R. [railroad], Mauch Chunk.

Mauch Chunk scenery, Pa.

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