View of snow-covered Sellar, Pitkin County, Colorado, (once a station stop on the Colorado Midland Railroad); shows the coal chute, section houses, water tank and grade loops in background. The cleared power line heads for Hell Gate.
Formerly F20099.; Title and description from typed label on back of photoprint; (additional information corresponds to arrows not shown on this copy print) reads: "Coal chute, section houses and water tank, beyond still stand after rails were rmoved in summer of 1921. Power line headed toward Hell Gate. C. M. R. R. grade in big loops, left back ground. Arrow at left shows low pass above Sellar where F. P. - Ark. diversion canal is supposed to cross from Lime Creek - North Fork area on around and across Ivanhoe Creek and back around at right into main Frying Pan between Frying Pan Lakes and Nast, Colo. Upper arrow at right points to Ivanhoe Creek and lower at right to south and F. P. River. Picture taken by Geo. W. McLaren, Basalt, Colo. (lived on ranch at Thomasville, Colo. when picture was taken)."; R7100135513
1 copy photonegative ; 13 x 18 cm. (5 x 7 in.); 1 photoprint ; 21 x 26 cm. (8 x 10 in.)