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Title First train into Mill Valley, circa 1890
Type of Object Print, Photographic
Object ID MVN0411v1
Collection Photographs
Description The first train into Mill Valley of North Pacific Coast railroad is shown in front of the original Mill Valley Station, at Sunnyside and Miller, built in 1889. Standing next to the engine is O'Shaughnessy's survey party. There are two versions of this photograph. Notes on back of version 1: "1890?"; "Eddy Reichmuth (?) North Pacific Coast Narrow"; "#5 Record". Note on back ov version 2: "(No. Pacific Coast R.R. - Mill Valley Station)"
Physical Description 1 photographic print, sepia, 7" x 9.25" (v1) 1 photographic print, b&w, 9.75" x 13" (v2)
Date Created circa 1890
Creator (Artist/Author/Photographer) Reichmuth, Eddy
Contributed by Little, Lucretia Hanson
Search Terms Railroad
Railroad locomotives
Railroad stations
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