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Railroad tunnel at end of bridge which crosses the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers.
Engraving of Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  Junction of the rivers Shenandoah and Potomac.
Engraving of the confluence of rivers at Harpers Ferry.
View alongside the Shenandoah River near Harpers Ferry, the scene of John Brown's insurrection.
'Meeting of the States Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia.'
View looking down Harpers Ferry Road in Maryland, along the canal and the Potomac River. Harpers Ferry and Loudon Heights are seen in the background.
Named for Thomas Jefferson who stood here, captivated by the beauty of the area during his 1783 visit to Harpers Ferry. The rock is located on Camp Hill, above the Shenandoah River
'146.W.(61); August 4, 1884, Monday 5:50 pm'
'145.W.(60); August 4, 1884, Monday 5:45 pm'
Gen. no. 144, neg. by D, No. 85. Plate maker I.C., Date 1884, August 4. Monday 5:30 P.M. Cloudy.
Gen. no. 75, neg. by D, No. 46.
'77.W.(30); 1/4 mile wide; (Water came nearly to bottom of wagon); July 26, 1884, Saturday 10:30 am; Plate B'
'142(83)D; August 4, 1884, 4 pm, Monday (sun)'
'143; 84D; August 4, 1884, Monday 4:20 pm.'
'A small stream emptying in the South Fork of the Shenandoah is crossed by the Luray Valley RR a branch of the B and O on a trestle which is 100 ft. high.  The length I have not obtained. The best idea of the height is obtained by trying to follow down from the track to timber on the further side, and noticing the narrowness of the structure. My camera was standing about 20 feet above the lowest ground crossed. A watchmen is obliged to cross the trestle after the passage of every train day and night to see that no sparks have fallen from the engine.  There is no plank for him to walk on...76.D(47); July 25, 1884, Friday 4:45 pm, raining.'
Looking towards the junction of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers.
This photo shows the view of where three states and two rivers meet in Harper's Ferry, W. Va.
Color postcard of a ca. 1918 touring car driving next to the the C&O Canal. The Harpers Ferry bridge crossing the confluence of the Potomac and the Shenandoah Rivers is in the background.
An unidentified man sits on Jefferson Rock above the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry. A pontoon bridge has been laid across the river to temporarily replace the destroyed bridge. The bridge's piers can be seen rising out of the river.
Colored postcard photograph. See back of the original image for correspondence.