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Topic: clifton

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Clifton House & Niagara, Monday, July 22d, 1846, from above the Stair - Table Rock

Drawing shows view of the Clifton House on the left and the American Falls on the right at Niagara Falls.

View on Pope's Head, near burnt bridge, Orange & Alexandria Railroad

Photograph showing two locomotives pulling into the Union Mills Station on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad in Clifton, Virginia. Two soldiers stand guard on the bank at right.

View on Pope's Head, near burnt bridge, Orange & Alexandria Railroad

Photograph shows two men sitting on and close by a fallen tree over Pope's Head Creek in Clifton, Virginia near a destroyed railroad bridge on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad.

Embankment near Union Mills Station, Orange & Alexandria Railroad

Photograph showing two men sitting on and close by a fallen tree over Pope's Head Creek in Clifton, Virginia near a destroyed railroad bridge on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad.

Clifton Hotel

Photograph shows the Clifton Hotel in Niagara Falls, Canada, site of the Niagara Falls Peace Conference of 1914. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011)

Clifton House -- Niagara Falls, Canada

Photograph shows the Clifton House, Niagara Falls, Canada which was the place of the 1914 Niagara Peace Conference. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011)

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