Written on verso, "1943-44." Man sitting on the pilot or the cowcatcher of a train locomotive. He's wearing glasses, a fedora hat, and a plaid jacket. He's wearing one glove and holding the other in his hands. ...
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows what appears to be a railroad bridge over a gorge. The locomotive of a train can just be made out on the right side of the picture. Caption from finding aid reads "Trail bridge". Location is unknown.
Title from caption. Photograph shows men working near the locomotive crane at the assembling yard in Nenana, Alaska on June 29th, 1917.. Caption reads: "No. 55. A. J. Johnson, Official photographer, A. E. C.".
Title from caption. Photograph shows a railroad locomotive under a small bridge in a gravel pit. Men and horses are standing about. Caption also reads: "No. 95, A. J. Johnson, Official Photographer A.E.C."
Title from caption. Photograph shows men standing on railroad locomotive on railroad bridge during construction at mile 462.7 in Fairbanks District, Alaska. Caption also reads: "No. 106, A. J. Johnson, Official Photographer A.E.C."