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A group of men are pictured on and beside a train car.  A bridge in the background crosses the New River.
Built in 1901, the Dunglen was a towering 4-story, 100-room wooden structure with a wrap-around deck. The Dunglen was known for the many parties it hosted, where huge dances were held in the elegant ballroom and symphonies would play through the night.According to Ripley’s Believe it or Not and the Guinness Book of World Records, the Dunglen housed the longest-running poker game, which stretched on through 14 years.The hotel was burned down by arsonists on July 22, 1930.
The engine used oil headlights. Five men are pictured on and beside the locomotive.
A group of men are pictured on and beside a locomotive. Subjects unidentified.
From left to right are C. C. Beury, unidentified, C. L. Garvin, Sr., Paddy Ryan, unidentified, and unidentified. The men are coal operators and are posing on the south side of the train platform.