- United States, 21 results
- Oregon, 21 results
- Clackamas County (Or.), 21 results
- Cazadero Dam (Or.), 8 results
- Clackamas River (Or.), 7 results
- Little Sandy Diversion Dam (historical), 5 results
- Big Sandy Dam (Or.), 3 results
- Bull Run River Watershed (Or.), 3 results
- Portland (Or.), 1 results
- Oregon City (Or.), 1 results
23 Collections results for Flumes
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Photograph of the Big Sandy Dam site (likely the Marmot Dam), showing a wooden flume with suited individuals standing in the foreground. At the top of the hillside, a wooden building and platform can be seen. Written on the image is #34, B.S dam site, looking down stream, Oct 14, 1911.” (Image note: glass negative broken at lower right corner).
- 1910 – 1913
Photograph showing construction at the Big Sandy Dam (likely the Marmot Dam). Workers can be seen inside of a long wooden structure (flume?) while one can be seen at the top. On the right side of the frame is a loose hillside. Written on the image is B.S-35.”
- 1910 – 1913
Photograph showing a wooden flume bridge crossing the Little Sandy River near the Little Sandy Dam. Five men in work wear stand on pieces of wood next to the flume while looking at the camera. Water can be seen under the bridge in the background. Written on the negative is “E301-03396.”
Photograph looking downward at a wooden flume and railway track built on a hillside. The wooden structure continues into the distance, where more tree covered hillsides can be seen. In the bottom left corner of the frame, a man is looking at the camera and leaning against a cushioned seat, likely on a railway car. Written on the negative is “0-337, July-3-1912, Bull Run Flume.”
Photograph looking downward at a wooden flume and railway track built on a hillside. The wooden structure continues into the distance, where more tree covered hillsides can be seen. Written on the negative is “0-336.”
- 1908 – 1909
Photograph taken from a side angle, showing the flume at the Cazadero Dam/Station G. Below the wooden flume is a dirt hillside with rocks, and a long wooden building can be seen in the background on the right side of the frame.
- 1908 – 1909
Photograph looking towards flume and railway tracks at Cazadero Dam/ Station G. A man stands on the railway tracks in the distance, and a dirt hillside drops down between the tracks and the flume.
Photograph showing the flume at Cazadero Dam/Station G during a flood. Rapidly moving water is visible in the Clackamas River below the flume, and a wooden building can be seen on a hillside above.
Photograph of the Cazadero flume at generating Station G, showing air compressor and pipelines weld, in placing concrete for new bents. Several cars can be seen on a railroad track, and the flume can be seen running along the right side of the frame.
Photograph looking upstream, below proposed upper dam site at Cazadero Dam/Station G. A railroad track and flume can be seen running into the distance around a hillside, and two possible construction vehicles are visible. The river can be seen on the left side of the frame.
Photograph showing a heavily damaged wooden flume structure at an unidentified location (likely on the Clackamas River). Large stones can be seen in the deteriorated hillside under the flume, due to a landslide. Other wood can be seen in the foreground, likely a continuation of the damaged flume.
Photograph showing damage to a fenced area due to the 1964 Christmas Flood (likely in the Clackamas River area). An man-made canal can be seen on the right side of the frame, with damaged fencing running along the river to the left. Much of the fencing appears to have fallen downhill towards the rapidly moving river. In the foreground, two men in long jackets face away from the camera. (Image note: see related image PGE 64-606-8.2).
Photograph showing damage to a hillside, fence, and canal. At the left side of the frame is a rapidly flowing river (likely the Clackamas River), with a deteriorated hillside on its banks.
- Org. Lot 151
- 1880 - 1965
Negatives documenting company activities, including electrical infrastructure, employees, power generation and distribution throughout Portland, the Willamette Valley and the Oregon Cascade Range. Additional general images include streetcars and trains, street lighting, power line installation, Rose Festival floats, office buildings, car barns and bridges. Of particular note are dam building projects at Bull Run and along the Clackamas River (1910-1930), and early electric stations in Oregon City at Willamette Falls.
Portland General Electric Company