A lineman installs electric lights on wooden utility poles near the Alameda Avenue bridge in Denver, Colorado. A group of men stand near the bridge. A horse-drawn wagon and a convertible automobile are parked nearby.
Workmen install electrical wires on utility poles for street lights on Alameda Avenue near a bridge over Archer Canal in Denver, Colorado. The Alameda Avenue bridge over the South Platte River is nearby.
View of 17th (Seventeenth) Street in Denver, Colorado; a man works with Colorado Telephone Company wires by snow and storefronts with signs: "The Scott Supply & Tool Co." A horse drawn merchant's wagon and Union Station are in the distance.
Workmen install trolley car power lines on Alameda Avenue in Denver, Colorado. A man climbs on a utility pole near a horse-drawn wagon in the distance.
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Workmen pose near a utility pole, part of the street light installation on the Alameda Avenue bridge, in Denver, Colorado. A horse-drawn wagon and bicycle are nearby. A sign in the distance reads: "R. Jones' Place".
Workmen hold electrical wiring as part of the Alameda Avenue bridge construction in Denver, Colorado. A man on a ladder is in the distance. Horse-drawn buggies and a right-hand drive convertible automobile are nearby.