Photograph of the engine room of Station L (now the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) showing machinery. A person in a white shirt can be seen on the right side of the frame, and the front unit has “General Electric Company” written on it.
Photograph showing a large electrical unit (generator?) at Station L (now Oregon Museum of Science and Industry). On the left side of the frame is a wooden crate and wooden boards. Written on the negative is “4-19-21.” (Image note: see related image PGE-12-72, PGE 12-76, PGE 12-77).
Photograph showing a man facing towards a large electrical generator at the Oak Grove Dam. On his right is a stairway leading to the upper level of the generator, which is in a large industrial powerhouse building. Written on the negative is "49-291."
Photograph showing workers building a transmission tower component. Several men holds parts of the structure, while one man on the left side of the frame looks on. In the distance, fences, an open field, and wooden houses can be seen. On the negative is written "49-74."
Photograph showing workers in an open area using a truck mounted "Williams Hole Digger." The man on the right is facing towards the machine and is leaning towards the hole, while the other man stands to the left also looking towards the hole. Written on the negative is "50-411."
Photograph showing a man wearing a long jacket standing on a raised cement platform. He is looking towards three large electrical units with belts, and water can be seen under the platform. In the background is a wooded hillside. Written on the negative is "51-868."
Photograph showing a caterpillar machine at the top of a canyon, with a man driving in an open cockpit. Next to the machine is a man standing to the side of the dirt track, and a car with an open door can be seen in the background.
Photograph showing the interior of the powerhouse at the Little Sandy Dam, showing several generator units and a man standing near the center of the frame. Written on the side of the units if “Westinghouse.” Behind the generators, details of the industrial building can be seen. Written on the negative is “0352.”
Photograph taken from a high angle looking downward at the interior of the powerhouse at the Little Sandy Dam. Several generator units are visible, as well as a platform accessible via ladders. Several large windows can be seen on the far walls. On the side of the generator units is “Westinghouse.” Written on the negative is “0351.”
Photograph taken from the front, looking at a pipe traveler moving along a track in a excavated dirt area. Two men ride at the top of the unit, while others can be seen below on the ground. A large metal pipe is being held in the unit, which appears to be attached to a pulley cable system.
Photograph showing a large generator component being moved with steel cables inside the Oak Grove powerhouse. In the background, a man can be seen looking upwards, while another is visible at the front of the frame looking towards the camera.
Photograph showing two men standing next to a 500V vertical railway generator at Station B in Oregon City. Both men are looking at the camera, and a stairway ladder between them leads to the top of the generator.
Photograph showing the interior of Station C in northwest Portland, near the intersection of NW 21st Avenue and NW Sherlock Avenue. Large wheeled mechanisms are visible, and a man can be seen looking at the camera while sitting near the building wall.
Photograph showing the interior of Station C in northwest Portland, near the intersection of NW 21st Avenue and NW Sherlock Avenue. On the generator nearest the camera is written “General Electric Company.”
Photograph showing interior construction at Station E (northwest Portland, near the intersection of NW 21st Avenue and NW Sherlock Avenue). Several men look at the camera on the left and right sides of the frame. In the center, a piece of machinery is hand painted with “Portland General Electric, Portland, Or.” Another man stands on top of the unit.
Photograph of generator unit #3 at Cazadero Dam/Station G, taken two months after the 1908 accident due to equipment malfunction. On the front of the unit “General Electric Company” is written. A man stands on the left side of the frame with one hand on a wheel.