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Sacramento City Ca. from the foot of J. Streets, showing I. J. and K. Sts. with the Sierra Nevada in the distance.

Black Butte and Crystal Lake, 90 miles from Sacramento.

Black Butte and Crystal Lake, 90 miles from Sacramento.

Bloomer Cut, C.P.R. Road, Calif.

Main Street, Cisco, 5911 feet elevation.

Pleasant Valley, looking East.

Winnemucca town and peak, 334 miles from Sacramentto.

Train and Curve, Jenny Lind Flat.

Long Ravine Bridge near Colfax. [Train crossing].

Winnemucca town and peak, 334 miles from Sacramentto.

Colfax, looking East. Cape Horn 4 miles, Giant's Gap 20 miles distant.

Summits of Sierras. 8,000 to 10,000 feet altitude.

Coldstream, Eastern slope of Western Summit.

Donner Lake, Cal.

Fourth Crossing of the Truckee River. 147 miles from Sacramento.

Lake Donner, Western Summit, Sierra Nevada Mts. in the distance.

Donner Lake, Cal.

Winter at Dutch Flat.

Ogden and Wahsatch Range, 742 miles from Sacramento.

Fourth Crossing of the Truckee River. 147 miles from Sacramento.

J Street from the levee.

Truckee River and R.R. at Lime Point. Sierra Nevada Mountains, 35 miles distant.

Long Ravine Bridge near Colfax. [Train crossing].

Giant's Gap, 2500 feet perpendicular.

Pleasant Valley, looking East.

Lake Donner, Sierra Nevada Mts., Mount Stanford in the distance.

Winter at Dutch Flat.

Main Street, Cisco, 5911 feet elevation.

Lake Donner, from western summit Sierra Nevada Mountains, looking north.

Bloomer Cut, 63 feet high, looking West.

Giant's Gap, 2500 feet perpendicular.

Truckee River and R.R. at Lime Point. Sierra Nevada Mountains, 35 miles distant.

Frame for snow covering, interior view.

Frame for snow covering, interior view.

Road and rocks near Summit Tunnel, Donner Peak in dist.

Bloomer Cut, 63 feet high, looking West.

Road and rocks near Summit Tunnel, Donner Peak in dist.

Frame for snow covering, interior view.

J Street from the levee.

Bloomer Cut, C.P.R. Road, Calif.

Fourth Crossing of the Truckee River. 147 miles from Sacramento.

Fourth Crossing of the Truckee River. 147 miles from Sacramento.

Lake Donner, Western Summit, Sierra Nevada Mts. in the distance.

Colfax, looking East. Cape Horn 4 miles, Giant's Gap 20 miles distant.

Summits of Sierras. 8,000 to 10,000 feet altitude.

Pleasant Valley, looking West, Lower Canyon of Truckee River.

Secrettown Bridge, 1100 feet long.

Secrettown Bridge, 1100 feet long.

Train and Curve, Jenny Lind Flat.

Donner Lake, Tunnels No. 7 and 8, from Summit Tunnel, Eastern Summit in distance.

Coldstream, Eastern slope of Western Summit.

Ogden and Wahsatch Range, 742 miles from Sacramento.

Lake Donner, from western summit Sierra Nevada Mountains, looking north.

Lake Donner, Sierra Nevada Mts., Mount Stanford in the distance.

Basaltic Rocks, Lower Canyon of the Truckee.

Donner Lake, Tunnels No. 7 and 8, from Summit Tunnel, Eastern Summit in distance.

Frame for snow covering, interior view.

Pleasant Valley, looking West, Lower Canyon of Truckee River.

Basaltic Rocks, Lower Canyon of the Truckee.

The Summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, On the road to Placerville to Washoe.

The Summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, On the road to Placerville to Washoe.

Palmetto Boarding House afer dinner, California.

Palmetto Boarding House afer dinner, California.

Donner Lake and snow sheds in California.

Donner Lake and snow sheds in California.

Miner's Cabin, American River. [no. 617].

Emigrant Train, Strawberry Valley, going east. [no. 625].

Sugar Loaf Mountain and Webster's Station. [no. 615].

Zurr's Station and Water Tank, Dutch Flat and Donner Lake Wagon Road, Placer County.

Emigrant Train, Strawberry Valley, going east. [no. 625].

Main Street, Silver Mountain, Alpine County.

Main Street, Silver Mountain, Alpine County.

Miner's Cabin, American River. [no. 617].

Reflection of Mount Lincoln and Donner Peak, from Donner Lake.

Slippery Ford House. [no. 627].

Slippery Ford House. [no. 627].

Reflection of Mount Lincoln and Donner Peak, from Donner Lake.

Sugar Loaf Mountain and Webster's Station. [no. 615].

Zurr's Station and Water Tank, Dutch Flat and Donner Lake Wagon Road, Placer County.

North American Hotel; on the summit of Sierra Nevada. [no. 636].

Scene on the Summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Scene on the Summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Scene on the Summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Scene on the Summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

North American Hotel; on the summit of Sierra Nevada. [no. 636].

Summit of Mt. Hoffman.

Central Pacific, Colfax, California.

View at Cape Horn, C.P.R.R. California.

Main Street, Cisco, Placer Co.

Interior of snow shed, Summit Station, Sierra Nevada Mountains, C.P.R.R.

Colfax.

Summit of Mt. Hoffman.

Central Pacific, Colfax, California.

Interior of snow shed, Summit Station, Sierra Nevada Mountains, C.P.R.R.

Summit Sierra Nevada Mountains, California.

In the Far Famed Bloody Canyon, Sierras, Cal.

Central Pacific. Cisco, Calif.

Summit Sierra Nevada Mountains, California.

Long Ravine Bridge, C.P.R.R. California.

Central Pacific. Cisco, Calif.

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