View of a Florence & Cripple Creek Railroad locomotive and Denver & Rio Grande Railway cars at Anaconda (Teller County), Colorado. Shows a railroad trestle, mine buildings, mine tailings, and the tracks of the Midland Terminal Railway on Gold Hill. Shows clapboard residences and two-story frame commercial buildings in Squaw Gulch. Drivers stop horse-drawn carriages on the road while a man photographs the scene. A hand-painted sign on the clapboard fence reads: "Who is Welles? Why, the Advertiser." Locomotives pull trains on a hill in the distance.
Accession number: 86.200.2446; Attribution to Jackson based on the photonegative's inclusion in the History Colorado William Henry Jackson Collection.; History Colorado.; Condition: Chipped, scratched, silvered, fingerprint.; Formerly Jackson 4279.; Handwritten on negative envelope: "Anaconda (Colo. Midland Ry.)"; Label on negative reads: "Detroit Publishing Co."; Scratched on negative: "3/10/97" and "4279."; Title, "Copyright 1897" and "4279" inked on negative.; R7201027219