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Copper Range Railroad

Railroad Companies, Transportation, Railroads, Manpower, Labor, Unskilled Labor Copper Range Railroad - Construction [A photo of a train dumping fill to cover a trestle.]

Scanned: March 22, 2006


Copper Range Railroad

Railroad Companies, Transportation, Railroads, Manpower, Labor, Unskilled Labor Copper Range Railroad and Crew [A photo of a train crew getting ready for a meal. The cook appears with the crew and several boxcars are in the background.]

Scanned: March 22, 2006


Copper Range Railroad

Railroad Companies, Transportation, Railroads, Manpower, Labor, Unskilled Labor Copper Range Railroad - Construction [A photo of a train dumping fill to cover a trestle.]

Scanned: March 22, 2006


Copper Range Railroad

Railroad Companies, Transportation, Railroads, Manpower, Labor, Unskilled Labor Copper Range Railroad - Construction [A photo of a track crew laying rails The railroad has been graded and a shafthouse stands in the distance.]

Scanned: March 22, 2006


Workmen on a railcar

Transportation, Railroads, Manpower, Labor, Railroad Companies [Six men posing with a small rail mancar.]

Scanned: December 12, 2005


Labor

Railroad Companies, Human Settlements, Manpower, Labor Labor - Waterboy. [Photo of a group of men and boys working on railroad tracks. Boy with water bucket walking on side of tracks. Several residential buildings in background.]

Scanned: March 21, 2006


Railroads - Companies - Chicago and Northwestern

Railroad Companies, Transportation, Railroads, Manpower Railroad engine "70" [Men pose beside the engine]

Scanned: August 30, 2006


Railroads - Copper Range

Railroad Companies, Transportation, Railroads, Manpower, Labor, Skilled Labor The trio of "dead" Copper Range engines move across the lake in Houghton past St. Joseph Medical Center. Center - the same three 25, 26, 27 are shown on the western side of the Bosch Brewery Co. site just ready to enter the Klatsky Co. yard for scrapping. Below - the men who were engaged in the pushing of the locomotives from the yard of the Copper Range to the Klatsky premises - L to R, Charles Sincock, superintendent; Edward Laurn, bridge and building crew; Joseph LaBelle, engineer; Cyril LaBissionere, conductor; Harold Eilola, brakeman; Karl Ponnikas, brakeman; Robert Barth, yardmaster; Arnold Klatsky, proprietor of the Klatsky Co. locomotive purchasers; Felix Kolehmainen, foreman of bridge and building crew, and Arthur Sampson, Houghton section foreman. [Three attached images of the Copper Range engines and crew.]

Scanned: April 13, 2009