New Castle: J. H. Mayberry. Good. Photograph. A boudoir card of a railyard somewhere around New Castle, Wyoming, circa 1890. Image measures 4 1/2" x 7 1/2". The photo has scratched and rubbed areas and the mount is heavily worn with margin soil, rubbed corners, and three pinholes. On the back is the imprint of photographer J. H. Mayberry of New Castle. Newcastle, Wyoming was founded in 1889 with the arrival of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, which needed the coal at nearby Cambria and set up a 7-mile spur line to the mines. Three cars of the CB & Q, buildings, bridges, and a smokestack in a backdrop of forested slopes are visible in the photo. No records found on OCLC. ; 5 1/4" x 8 1/2" . (Inventory #: 010378)
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