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Bucking snow on the Moffat Road

Author: Louis Charles McClure
Publisher: [between 1913 and 1925]
Series: L.C. McClure collection 1890-1935, album IV, 64.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : Picture : No Linguistic Content
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Denver and Salt Lake Railroad's rotary snowplow #10200 bucking snow along Moffat Road, probably Rollins Pass or "Hill Hell"; 36-foot rotary snowplow #10200 nicknamed "the Red Devil" by General Manager Ridgway, he also called it "the world's most powerful rotary ... painted red to melt the most stubborn drifts." Shows a man standing on snowbank watching snow removal; plow is shoved by a mallet and the freight is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Imaged
Film negatives
Photographic prints
Glass negatives
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph, Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Charles McClure
OCLC Number: 35964355
Notes: Title and signature hand-lettered on copy glass plate; printed label attached to black masking on edges stating "Made by L.C. McClure, Commercial & Railroad Photographer."
Copy negative made from vintage photographic prints.
Description: 1 copy photonegative ; 11 x 13 cm. (4 x 5 in.) 2 photoprints ; 19 x 24 cm. (7 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.) 1 copy photonegative : glass ; 21 x 26 cm. (8 x 10 in.)
Series Title: L.C. McClure collection 1890-1935, album IV, 64.
Responsibility: photo. by L.C. McClure, Denver.

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Denver and Salt Lake Railroad's rotary snowplow #10200 bucking snow along Moffat Road, probably Rollins Pass or "Hill Hell"; 36-foot rotary snowplow #10200 nicknamed "the Red Devil" by General Manager Ridgway, he also called it "the world's most powerful rotary ... painted red to melt the most stubborn drifts." Shows a man standing on snowbank watching snow removal; plow is shoved by a mallet and the freight is pulled by a Consolidation.

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