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Handwritten history, “The Lucin Cut-Off” by an unknown author, May 1905.
This ten page document relates how the Lucin Cut-Off was constructed and describes the
topography of this area in the Great Salt Lake.
This collection contains photographic and postcard documentation of the building and use of Lucin Cut-off across Salt Lake from 1903 – 1944.
The collection of photographs of early railroad pictures taken largely in Ogden and Weber County and also in Box Elder County, Utah. The photographs include maps, architectural drawings, portraits of railroad officials, panoramic views of railroads, logos, Corinne, Devil’s Slide, Promontory Point, Union Depot and Southern Pacific Shops. The pictures date late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Also the 145th Military Division is shown.