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Snow removal machine attempting to open Clingmans Dome Road at Collins Gap, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Attempting to open Clingmans Dome Road.Clingmans Dome Road. II-R-Maint-6893, Physical Facilities - Roads - Maintenance of Roads
1964-03-06
Snow removal operations, Newfound Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Newfound Gap, looking west.Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9302, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1954-03
Snow removal operations, US 441 and Cole Creek intersection, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1A, above Cole Branch. (Spruce and hemlock in tree wells at right).Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9298, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
1954-03
Utility area entrance road, Snow removal Great Smoky Mountains National Park Utility area entrance road.Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9295, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1954-03
Snow removal operations, Newfound Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1A, between Walker Prong and Newfound Gap.Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9301, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1954-03
View of snow road, near Newfound Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park The steeper and more critical roadway sections of US-441 are benched into the mountainside. It has been found that accumulated snow must be moved completely across the roadway and pushed over the side... That explains the lack of a developed snow berm on the inward side. The outside berm would be even higher than the present 6 to 7 feet if much of the snow did not roll on down the mountainside when it is plowed over. The berm serves the incidental purpose of keeping stray vehicles out of danger.Snow Removal; February 1964 Monthly Report, II-R-SR-7881, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
Snow removal operations, Newfound Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1A, between Walker Prong and Newfound Gap.Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9300, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1954-03
View of snow road, near Newfound Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Information station at Newfound Gap, during the storm on February 19th. Maintenance crews kept the highway open and 100 percent passable throughout the storm. From the 18th through the 20th, 40 inches or more of snowfall was recorded.Snow Removal; February 1964 Monthly Report, II-R-SR-7876, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1964-02-19
Information station during the storm, at Newfound Gap, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Information station at Newfound Gap, during the storm on February 19th. Maintenance crews kept the highway open and 100 percent passable throughout the storm. From the 18th through the 20th, 40 inches or more of snowfall was recorded.Snow Removal; February 1964 Monthly Report, II-R-SR-7877, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1964-02-20
Snow removal machine attempting to open Clingmans Dome Road at Collins Gap, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Attempt to open Clingmans Dome Road. . . Impossible to go further.Clingmans Dome Road; Collins Gap. II-R-Maint-6892, Physical Facilities - Roads - Maintenance of Roads
1964-03-06
Snow removal operations, Alum Cave Creek, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Snowing. 1A, in vicinity of Alum Cave parking area.Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9299, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1954-03
Snow removal operations, Highway 73, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1A, just above intersection with Tennessee Highway 73. Administration building in background,Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9296, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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1954-03
Snow removal operations, Sugarland Branch and US 441 intersection, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Looking downgrade on 1A, from parking area just above Sugarlands Branch.Snow Removal; 1954, II-R-SR-9297, Physical Facilities - Roads - Snow Removal Operations
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