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Watkins #166 - Emigrant Gap Tunnel
Image courtesy of: California State Library
Photographers number:166
Title:Emigrant Gap Tunnel
Notes:A.A. Hart mount

Photographer:Alfred A Hart   (Mar 28, 1816 — Mar 5, 1908;  Active approx. 1862 — 1869)
Publisher:Alfred A Hart
Format:Stereograph

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CarletonWatkins.org Image ID:1004857
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165Emigrant Gap, West from tunnel
164Emigrant Gap, Snow Plow and Turntable
167Emigrant Gap, looking East. Yuba Mountains in distance
167Emigrant Gap, looking East. Yuba Mountains in distance
169Valley, North Fork of Yuba, above Emigrant Gap. Old Man Mountain
214Emigrant Gap Ridge, 84 miles. Old Man Mountain, Red Mountain, Castle Peak in distance
215Bear Valley and Yuba Canyon, from Emigrant Gap
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unnumbered[12 stereo halves numbered 123 through 138]
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  • Vernal Fall (no. 124)
  • Sentinel, 3270 from above (no. 127)
  • Cathedral Spires (no. 128)
  • Phono, Bridal Veil (no. 131)
  • Giant's Gap, American River (no. 132)
  • American River (no. 133)
  • Bear Valley, 85 m from Sacramento (no. 134)
  • Trestle Bridge, Newcastle, Placer Co. (no. 135)
  • Auburn Ravine (no. 136)
  • No. 1 Tunnel, Grizzly Hill (no. 137)
  • Cape Horn from below (no. 138)
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