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Shelter Project - 118 Specifications for Bill of Materials South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism
Cabin Project - 107 Specifications for Materials South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism
Decking on bridge, Cataloochee Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Decking in place, and wheel-guards bring installed...The widening of bridge at near right side to accommodate the alignment of the approach road...Note the hose line from air compressor to the paint pot, on left of bridge, as used in repainting the metal framing parts. Reconstruct bridge, Cataloochee, Work order No. R-29 GSM. Completion report photo. Cataloochee Bridge, II-F-(4)-6391, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Bridges on Roads
Construction materials behind Cosby Campground Shelter Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction.Cosby Campground Shelter; Building No. 425, II-A-Amph-3335, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Amphitheaters and campfire circles, campground shelters
Decking on Bridge, Cataloochee Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park All old decking and stringers removed, and new steel I-beams laid across the transverse supports. The longer beans, as shown on the right side, allowed for staggering of laps to insure continuity of the supporting members. Reconstruct bridge, Cataloochee, Work order No. R-29 GSM.Cataloochee Bridge, II-F-(4)-6389, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Bridges on Roads
Men decking, Bridge, Cataloochee Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Taking up old bridge decking...As the decking was pulled up, the spikes were bent down, and piles of the decking were pulled off the bridge to the far side with a jeep.Cataloochee Bridge, II-F-(4)-6387, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Bridges on Roads
Tree alcove, scrap objects lying in grass Everglades National Park; National Park Service On Slide: A-7; 007
Tension cables between laminated beams to keep beams from spreading, Cades Cove, Tennessee, 1958 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tension cables between laminated beams to keep beams from spreading.Cades Cove Public Use Building, II-B-(4)-3518, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Visitor use buildings
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Yellowstone photo album 8, page 152 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 8, page 107 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 8, page 111 Yellowstone National Park
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Yellowstone photo album 8, page 112 Yellowstone National Park
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Yellowstone photo album 12, page 32 Yellowstone National Park
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