Hanging Bridge
Title:
Hanging Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Perpendicular Walls of the Royal Gorge
Title:
Perpendicular Walls of the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Eagles Nest in the Royal Gorge
Title:
Eagles Nest in the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Immense Canyon in the Royal Gorge
Title:
Immense Canyon in the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Royal Gorge
Title:
Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
On the Main Line of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad.


At the Hanging Bridge
Title:
At the Hanging Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
On the D&R G Railway.



Scenic lncline
Title:
Scenic lncline
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Intake for Canon City Water Supply
Title:
Intake for Canon City Water Supply
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Canon City gets its pure water supply from the waters of the Grand. The picture shows the concrete intake, which is situated in the Royal Gorge, the wonderful chasm through which Denver & Rio Grande trains pass daily



World Famous Suspension Bridge
Title:
World Famous Suspension Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
World Famous Suspension Bridge Royal Gorge, Colorado This world's highest suspension bridge was built in 1929. It spans the Arkansas River 1,055 ft. below


Scenic Incline
Title:
Scenic Incline
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Facts about Royal Gorge Railway World's steepest railway. Dedicated June 14, 1931. Length: 1,550 feet. Grade: 45 degrees (100 percent.). Lower terminal at east end of Hanging Bridge. Two cars - capacity 21 passengers each. Weight of each car: 4,500 pounds. Three cables with strength of 112,000 pounds. Every phase of its operation is automatic, and extraordinary precautions have been taken for absolute safety and comfort



The Steepest Railway in the World
Title:
The Steepest Railway in the World
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
FACTS ABOUT ROYAL GORGE RAILWAY World's steepest railway. Dedicated June 14,1931. Length: 1,550 feet. Grade: 45 degrees (100 per cent.). Lower terminal at east end of Hanging Bridge. Two cars-- Capacity 21 passengers each. Weight of each car: 4,500 Pounds. Three cables with strength of 112,000 pounds. Every phase of its operation is automatic. and extraordinary precautions have been taken for absolute safety and comfort


Royal Gorge Bridge
Title:
Royal Gorge Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Chrome PM 1956

Description:
Crossing the Royal Gorge 1052 feet above the Arkansas river, this quarter-mile span is the highest automobile bridge in the world.



Scene In The Bottom Of The Royal Gorge
Title:
Scene In The Bottom Of The Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1959

Description:
Below is seen the D & R. G. W. Railroad and the Arkansas River: Above may be seen the Suspension Bridge "The highest bridge in the world" 1053 ft. above.


Royal Gorge
Title:
Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



The Royal Gorge Illuminated By Floodlight At Night
Title:
The Royal Gorge Illuminated By Floodlight At Night
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Showing the Arkansas River. The world's highest bridge and giving a new aspect to the impressiveness and beauty of the mighty Gorge


Royal Gorge Grand Canon of the Arkansas
Title:
Royal Gorge Grand Canon of the Arkansas
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1908



Hanging Bridge In The Royal Gorge
Title:
Hanging Bridge In The Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
D. & R. G. R. R


Observation Car In The Royal Gorge
Title:
Observation Car In The Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



Looking Down Into The Royal Gorge
Title:
Looking Down Into The Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
The Royal Gorge, the mother of the Arkansas River, is a gigantic slit or canal in the Rocky Mountains, cut from the summits of the lofty peacks to the very foundation stones. A span wide in places and rising 3,000 feet perpendicular to the clouds, it pressents miles of scenery equaled in few places on the globe.


Looking Down Into The Royal Gorge
Title:
Looking Down Into The Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1923

Description:
The Royal Gorge, the mother of the Arkansas River, is a gigantic slit or canal in the Rocky Mountains, cut from the summits of the lofty peacks to the very foundation stones. A span wide in places and rising 3,000 feet perpendicular to the clouds, it presents miles of scenery equaled in few places on the globe.



Royal Gorge
Title:
Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Is in the Grand Canon of the Arkansas. It is a great living rock, wrought by a stupendous ological ages past. It is fifty feet bottom and but seventy feet wide at The walls of the canyon rising a sheer 4,000 feet above the level of the river.


Royal Gorge
Title:
Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused



Proposed Bridge Across Top of Royal Gorge
Title:
Proposed Bridge Across Top of Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


The Hanging Bridge
Title:
The Hanging Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Grand Canon of the Arkansas is nearly ten miles in length, extending from near Canon City to Parkdale. About midway is the Royal Gorge, the deepest and narrowest part of the Canon, where the walls rise to a height of 2,500 feet and the river channel is so restricted that the railroad is carried over the stream by a bridge suspended from the rocks above.



Going Through the Royal Gorge
Title:
Going Through the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Grand Canon of the Arkansas is nearly ten miles in length, extending from near Canon City to Parkdale. About midway is the Royal Gorge, the deepest and narrowest part of the Canon, where the walls rise to a height of 2,500 feet and the river channel is so restricted that the railroad is carried over the stream by a bridge, suspended from the rocks above.


The Crevice
Title:
The Crevice
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
Rising to a height of nearly 3,000 feet, the rugged granite walls of the chasm which forms the Royal Gorge presents a picture of neverending charm. A trip through this noted Gorge is one of the most thrilling to be found anywhere, and it is not excelled and hardly equalled by any trip in the entire realm of railroad travel in the world.



Scene in the bottom of the Royal Gorge
Title:
Scene in the bottom of the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Below is seen the D & R. G. W. Railroad and the Arkansas River; above may be seen the Suspension Bridge ""the highest bridge in the world"" 1053 ft. above


Scenic lncline from the Bottom of the Royal Gorge
Title:
Scenic lncline from the Bottom of the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
A new sensation is available for visitors to the Royal Gorge in the new incline railway running up and down Telephone Gulch from the D. & R. G. W. R. R. at the Hanging Bridge to the top of the Suspension Bridge. This incline will carry two steel cars of 21 passenger capacity and will allow travelers on the railroad who stop over an easy but thrilling trip to the wonderful scenes at the rim of the gorge



Royal Gorge, Canyon of The Arkansas Showing Bridge from The West
Title:
Royal Gorge, Canyon of The Arkansas Showing Bridge from The West
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas Showing Bridge from the West
Title:
Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas Showing Bridge from the West
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused



Royal Gorge
Title:
Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), White Border unused


On Top of the Royal Gorge
Title:
On Top of the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
The Royal Gorge, the mother of the Arkansas River, is a gigantic slit or canal in the Rocky Mountains, cut from the summits of the lofty peaks to the very foundation stones. At the bottom flows the river and is built the D. & R. G. W. Railroad, an engineering feat looked upon as well-nigh impossible. A span wide in places, and rising 3,000 feet perpendicular to the clouds, it presents miles of scenery equaled in few places on the globe. The swinging bridge is suspended from immense steel supports buried in the granite walls on either side



Moonlight in the Royal Gorge
Title:
Moonlight in the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


The World's Highest Suspension Bridge
Title:
The World's Highest Suspension Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Real Photo PM 1952 May-24



C.715 - Silver Rock Miniature Train
Title:
C.715 - Silver Rock Miniature Train
Royal gorge Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
This fine miniature train, at altitude of 6,688 ft. offers the visitors, young and old, a most pleasant ride in the heart of the Rockies


Moonlight In The Royal Gorge
Title:
Moonlight In The Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
The eight-mile journey through the Royal Gorge is probably the acme of solemnity in a world trip. Especially is this fact impressed upon the traveler who is fortunate enough to pass through the Gorge on a bright moonlight night. The George is the most remarkable chasm through which a train passes, its granite walls rising in some places to a height of more than half a mile.



The Royat Gorge
Title:
The Royat Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


On Main Line Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad
Title:
On Main Line Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
In the Royal Gorge Grand Canon of the Arkansas Colorado spanned by the highest bridge in the world. Daylight trains through the Royal Gorge stop ten minutes at the hanging Bridge so that passengers may alight and obtain an unobstructed view of the great chasm. On main Line Denver & Rio grande Western Railroad



The Royal Gorge and The World's Highest Suspension Bridge
Title:
The Royal Gorge and The World's Highest Suspension Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused


Suspension Bridge over the Royal Gorge
Title:
Suspension Bridge over the Royal Gorge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
World's highest bridge across the Royal Gorge of the Arkansas at Canon City, Colorado. Length of structure 1,260 feet. Length of main span, 880 feet. Width of thorofare, 18 feet. Weight of cables supporting bridge, 300 tons. Height of towers, 150 feet. Height of bridge above river, 1,053 feet. Time of construction, six months. Dedicated on December 8, 1929. Cost $250,000.00.



World's Highest Suspension Bridge
Title:
World's Highest Suspension Bridge
Royal Gorge Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Over the depths of the Mighty Royal Gorge showing Arkansas River at the bottom




Total: 41 Items