Death Valley Junction

T&T - Milepost 122.23 - Elevation 2037

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    Reference: TWH0035a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: The station at D.V. Junction after abandonment of the railroad. Later moved to Lathrop Wells where it served as the "Shamrock" bordello.

Reference: TWH0037a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Pacific Coast Borax's #1498 moved from Calico and used for stationary boiler service.
(see: TMR3992a)

Reference: TWH0068a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Southbound train approaching Death Valley Junction.

Reference: THR0005a
Collection: Harry Rosenberg
Description: The "OUTFIT" during switching operations in D.V. Junction. The "model" was likely my older cousin on my father's side. The caboose in the distance was used for sleeping. The car in the foreground was the tool car. [H. R.]

Borax Plant Reference: TMR3967a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Borax processing plant in its early configuration at DVJ.

PCB 1495 Reference: TMR3992a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Pacific Coast Borax loco doing boiler duty at DVJ after move from B&D.

Amargosa Hotel Reference: TMR6762b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Entrance to the Amargosa Hotel.

Reference: OVR0072a
Collection: Owens Valley RR Co.
Description: T&T Railcar #99

Reference: WHSDV_0034
Collection: William H. Smitheram
Description: Halloween Party at Death Valley Junction
Frank Smitheram in center, back row
Bess Davis, 3rd from right, seated row.
1915

Reference: WHSDV_0041
Collection: William H. Smitheram
Description: Freight shed at DVJ with the Ryan "Supply Runner"
1910's

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12/24/2002