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In album: Views along the Murmansk Railway, Russian Empire, LOT 10334, no. 66. Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General information abou... more

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In album: Views along the Murmansk Railway, Russian Empire, LOT 10334, no. 66. Credit line: Prokudin-Gorskiĭ photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General information abou... more

Building corderoy [sic] roads from Belle Plain to Frederickburgh [sic] (H.Q.)

Building corderoy [sic] roads from Belle Plain to Frederickburgh [sic]...

Men placing logs side by side on the ground and clearing underbrush to create a road.

Building corderoy [sic] roads from Belle Plain to Frederickburgh [sic] (H.Q.)

Building corderoy [sic] roads from Belle Plain to Frederickburgh [sic]...

Men placing logs side by side on the ground and clearing underbrush to create a road.

Building corderoy [sic] roads from Belle Plain to Frederickburgh [sic] (H.Q.)

Building corderoy [sic] roads from Belle Plain to Frederickburgh [sic]...

Men placing logs side by side on the ground and clearing underbrush to create a road.

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