When our photographers were making the wonderful panorama of the Royal Gorge they were especially fortunate in getting a splendid picture of a train rushing through the Rocky Mountains. The... See full summary »

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When our photographers were making the wonderful panorama of the Royal Gorge they were especially fortunate in getting a splendid picture of a train rushing through the Rocky Mountains. The picture is a perfect example of motion photography and a distinct departure from all other train scenes. First a view of the Gorge is shown with several men and women walking along the track. Then the first engine comes rushing around the curve at the Hanging Bridge. Then another engine, and finally fourteen coaches string along. Men, women, children, train crews and porters in white coats are at the windows and on the platforms. This picture must be seen to be appreciated, for the two monster Rio Grande engines pulling the train seem to jump almost toward the audience when they run up. Written by Selig catalog

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November 1902 (USA)  »

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