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Depot and substation at Beaver Creek

Photograph of a depot and substation at Beaver Creek for the Willamette Valley Southern Railway Company (W.V.S.RY). A sign on the building says “Beaver Creek,” and a train with logs can be seen on the a railroad track just beyond the building. People stand next to the station looking at the camera. Two other wooden structures can be seen to the left of the building.

Person splashing into outdoor pool on winter day

Photograph of an unidentified person splashing into an outdoor pool from a trail. The ground and trees are covered with snow. A second unidentified person is standing on the trail, watching. The photograph may have been taken at the Swim Resort near Government Camp, Oregon. The resort was also known as the Mount Hood Mineral Springs. Also see image Nos. 374N0489 and 374N0551.

Cazadero Dam, powerhouse foundation

Photograph showing construction progress of the powerhouse at Cazadero Dam/Station G, taken from a high angle looking downhill. The foundation can be seen on the near side of the river, with multiple men working. Across the river, a dirt hillside with fallen trees and stumps can be seen.

Cazadero Dam, construction

Photograph showing construction at Cazadero Dam. The Clackamas River can be seen flowing through the bottom of the dam, and trees are visible on the hillside in the distance. (Image note: similar to PGE7-6, but appears to show further stage of completion).

Cazadero Dam, employee cottages

Photograph taken from across the water, showing the employee cottages at Cazadero Dam/Station G. Building can be seen at the top of the hill above the river, with several small wooden structures in front of three long buildings. A railroad car is parked on the left side of the frame.

Station G, Cazadero Dam

Photograph of the Cazadero flume at generating Station G, showing air compressor and pipelines weld, in placing concrete for new bents. Several cars can be seen on a railroad track, and the flume can be seen running along the right side of the frame.

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