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United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
High wall and round tower.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The structures are on many levels.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
View from the centre.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The alcove is 18m high.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The Pueblos give a different view of North American indigenous homes from that shown in Hollywood movies.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The alcove is 27m deep.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Kiva with deflector stone for ventilation.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The alcove is 66m long.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
One of the round ceremonial Kivas.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
View of the centre.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The cliff dwelling is well preserved.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The windows are almost rectangular.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
View of the upper level to the valley floor.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Fire pit and deflector stone.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Rooms at the rear.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
The edge of the settlement.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
View of the entire cliff dwelling.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Cliff Palace
Access to the cliff dwelling is by steep ladders through narrow passages.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
The museum features dioramas showing life in the mesa canyons c10,000 years ago.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Diorama showing life in a cliff dwelling.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Diorama showing life in mesa top village.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Blanket made of yucca.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Woven basket.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Stirrup-handled water jar.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
An unusual animal effigy ceramic.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Wide mouth jugs were common in the pueblos.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
A canteen with handles for chord to pass through.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Early jar.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Pendants were traded between different regions.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Canteen similar to ones still made by the Hopi, descendents of the Pueblo inhabitants.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Bird shaped ceramic.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Mugs used for drinking beverages or water.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Pot decorated with animals, typical of Mesa Verde design.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Painted bowl.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Double mug.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Farming implements.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
Pueblo dancers and drummers painted in 1918.
United States of America
Colorado
Mesa Verde National Park
Chapin Mesa Museum
The lecture hall in the museum contains paintings of the Pueblo culture.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango
Durango is the starting point of the Durango to Silverton Railway.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango
The historic yellow carriages of the Durango to Silverton Railway at Durango station.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The Durango to Silverton Railway dates from 1882.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
Inside the carriage, full of tourist visitors.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The railway is now a tourist attraction.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
Railway crossing.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
Yellow and red carriages.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The railway negociating Rockwood Cut.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
Entering an area of forest.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The railway passing over High Bridge and letting off steam.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
Train wreck from 1921.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The view from between the carriages.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
Wooden water tank at Tank Creek.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The railway alongside Tank Creek.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The railway along the valley by the river.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
Old railway bridge.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
The railway passing a rock fall.
United States of America
Colorado
Durango to Silverton Railway
A short stop.
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
Silverton station (used in the movie "Ticket to Tomahawk").
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
Checking the railway engine of the Durango to Silverton Heritage Railway.
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
The front of the train.
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
The railway engine and tender.
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
Traditional carriage.
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
Artefacts of old Silverton.
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
Beware of pickpockets and loose women.
United States of America
Colorado
Silverton
Stage coach.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
 The Big Boy railway engine in a small park.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
 The wheels of the Big Boy.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
 The 4004 (Big Boy) is one of eight surviving largest engines in the world, retired in 1959.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 The station ticket office. The station now houses the Union Pacific Railway Museum.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 The museum displays items detailing the history of the Union Pacific Railway.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Semafore signal.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Conductors' uniform.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Heater for the waiting room.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Poster and timetable.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Pyrometer used to measure high temperatures.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Maintenance equipment.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Station clock with advert.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Stove used by station staff.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Steam engine as art.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Exhibit about railway hobos (homeless people who used to ride the railways without paying).
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Signs and signals used by hobos.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Union Pacific dinner set.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Morse code. An early system of sending messages.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Wall hanging telephone.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Desktop telephone.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Western Union plaque.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Luggage weighing machine.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Signal with lights.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Railway themed plate.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Keys and ticket cutter.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Badges.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 The original station waiting area.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Dinner menu.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Photo of the station during the passenger era.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Poster of the city.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Cheyenne c1920.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Railway painting.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Upstairs there is a large model railway diorama.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Part of a large model railway setup.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Model railway turntable.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cheyenne
Union Pacific Railway Museum
 Model railway diorama of a station.

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