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1 Bingham Stage Lines Lorries (buses) lined up at the Pinecrest Inn.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_21
2 Men sitting on the steps of a hotel.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_05_033
3 [Gutter.]p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_05_152
4 Pinecrest Inn under construction.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_01
5 Pinecrest Inn and nearby cabins. Two water tanks are clearly seen on the hill. The cabin with the falg is located at 7997 Emigration Canyon.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_03
6 Pinecrest Innp1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_05
7 Pinecrest Inn.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_06
8 Pinecrest Innp1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_09
9 Colorized postcard: Looking down Emigration Canyon (Burr Fork) from Pinecrestp1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_10
10 Blow up of Pinecrest Innp1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_11
11 Pinecrest Innp1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_13
12 Landscaping and rockwork at the Pinecrest Inn.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_15
13 Stone Bridge to the Pinecrest Inn. Still standing as of this writing (partially hidden behind a log garge at 7999 Emigration Canyon)p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_16
14 Pinecrest Inn in winterp1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_19
15 Old wooden bridge (by present "Crockett's house). Visitors would drive to the parking lot in front of the Inn. A valet would park it up behind the Inn. When they were ready to leave, they drove out over the bridge and down the canyon.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_20
16 Looking across at the Pinecrest Inn from the Red Rock Quarry.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_23
17 Colorized and Retouched postcard of Pinecrest Inn.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_24
18 Members of the Young family skiing at Pinecrest Inn.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_26
19 Members of the Young family skiing at Pinecrest Inn.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_27
20 Pinecrest Inn, built as a destination on the Emigration Canyon Rail Road. Canyon on the right is Burr Fork. Canyon on the left is Left Hand Fork (Wallace Grove). Note the wooden water tank high on the hill to the left, feeding the Pinecrest Inn and nearby cabins.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_28
21 Postcard showing "Pinecrest Inn, Salt Lake City's unique mountain hotel. The luxury passenger coach of the Emigration Canyon RailRoad is shown in the foreground.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_29
22 Quarry workers on the steps of the Pinecrest Inn. Charles Lockerbie (who did the rock work and his wife are on the top right.)p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_30
23 Rockwork and landscaping at the Pinecrest Inn done by Charles Lockerbie. Stone was from the white sandstone quarry in Brigham's Forck.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_32
24 Fresh buttermilk. Sandwiches - Ham, Cheese, Sardine, Chicken, Coffee, Tea, Coge. Pinecrest Inn 1905.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_33
25 Stone Fireplace at the Pinecrest Inn.p1137 Emigration Canyon History Photograph Collectionp1137 n 1_01_34
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