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Works of the West Point Foundry from the head of the Ravine.

The Arch Crossing the Ravine

The Ravine

Buffalo hunt. Approaching in a ravine.

Triton Cave, Haines' Ravine.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

The Thousand Streams, above Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Rattlesnake Mountain & Ravine.

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine.

Tuckerman's Ravine, White Mts. N.H.

Tuckerman's Ravine, from near Summit, Mt. Washington.

From Tunnel no. 10, looking west. Building wall across the ravine.

Long ravine trestle and bridge - 878 feet long, 113 feet high looking east.

Head Ravine under National Cemetery.

Long Ravine Bridge near Colfax. [Train crossing].

Through the wilderness, down the Allegrippus Ravine.

Down the ravine to the deer hunters cabin.

Tuckerman's Ravine, White Mts. N.H.

Thompson's Ravine, North Conway, N.H.

Interior of Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, August 14, 1862.

Across the ravine, below Point Look-out, on the Bell’s Gap R. R.

View in the Ravine, near Idlewilde.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

Cape Horn, from ravine below.

Long ravine trestle and bridge, 113 feet high, 878 feet long, looking west.

[Ravine.]

C.P.R.R. train on Long Ravine Bridge.

[Entrance to Sages Ravine.]

Head Ravine under National Cemetery.

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, N.H.

Cascade in Crawford Ravine.

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, August 14, 1862.

Tuckerman's Ravine, from Little Hermit Lake.

Interior of Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington.

Long Ravine Bridge near Colfax. [Train crossing].

Upper Cascade (side view,) Haines' Ravine.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

View in the Ravine, near Idlewilde.

Down the ravine to the deer hunters cabin.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

View in Haines' Ravine.

View in the Ravine, near Idlewilde.

Enfield ravine looking down, Ithaca, N.Y.

Enfield ravine looking down, Ithaca, N.Y.

Ravine at Baker's Falls, Hudson River.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

View in Dutch Ravine, 22 miles from Sacramento.

Tuckerman's Ravine from Mt. Washington.

Tuckerman's Ravine, from near Summit, Mt. Washington.

Cascade in Crawford Ravine. No. 2.

Cascade in Crawford Ravine. No. 2.

Interior of Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, August 14, 1862.

Rattlesnake Mountain & Ravine.

[Upper falls at Sages ravine.]

Across the ravine, below Point Look-out, on the Bell’s Gap R. R.

Triton Cave, Haines' Ravine.

View in Dutch Ravine, 22 miles from Sacramento.

Cape Horn, from ravine below.

[Upper falls at Sages ravine.]

[Upper falls at Sages ravine.]

The Thousand Streams, above Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Upper Cascade (side view,) Haines' Ravine.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

Ravine at Baker's Falls, Hudson River.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

[Upper falls at Sages ravine.]

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, August 14, 1862.

Tuckerman's Ravine from Mt. Washington.

[Entrance to Sages Ravine.]

Long ravine trestle and bridge - 878 feet long, 113 feet high looking east.

[Ravine.]

Long ravine trestle and bridge, 113 feet high, 878 feet long, looking west.

Ravine of the Ammonoosuc, White Mts.

Ravine of the Ammonoosuc, White Mts.

Interior of Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, August 14, 1862.

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine.

Tuckerman's Ravine, from Little Hermit Lake.

Interior of Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, August 14, 1862.

Down the ravine to the deer hunters cabin.

Across the ravine, below Point Look-out, on the Bell’s Gap R. R.

Through the wilderness, down the Allegrippus Ravine.

Down the ravine to the deer hunters cabin.

Interior of Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington.

The ravine water.

The ravine water.

Across the ravine, below Point Look-out, on the Bell’s Gap R. R.

View in Haines' Ravine.

C.P.R.R. train on Long Ravine Bridge.

View in the Ravine, near Idlewilde.

From Tunnel no. 10, looking west. Building wall across the ravine.

Cascade in Crawford Ravine.

Thompson's Ravine, North Conway, N.H.

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, N.H.

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Tuckerman's Ravine, from Glen Notch.

Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Tuckerman's Ravine, from Glen Notch.

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