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File:Donner Pass Summit Tunnel West Portal.jpg

English: Composited digital illustration depicting the West portal of the CPRR's "Summit Tunnel" (Tunnel #6) which was in continuous use by the CPRR, SPRR, and UPRR from 1868 to 1993 at Donner Pass (Norden, California) on Track #1 of the original "Sierra Grade" of the Central Pacific Railroad. (The tracks removed in 1993 have been digitally restored in this illustration.)
Date August, 2003
(7 June 2009 (original upload date))
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by User:Sreejithk2000 using CommonsHelper.
(Original text : The Cooper Collection of US Railroad History (private collection))
Author Original uploader was Centpacrr at en.wikipedia
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