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 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.
Photograph showing the fishway Cazadero Dam/Station G. A man sits in a boat looking at the camera, with the wooden dam structure is visible behind. Part of the flume can be seen along the right side of the frame.
Photograph showing workers during re-decking of the Cazadero Dam. Four men stand at the top of the structure, while one sits on a ladder looking upward. Another part of the wooden dam is visible in the background.
Photograph of the Cazadero Dam taken in front of the spillway. Water flows over the ledge into a pool at the base, and another stream of water can be seen spilling down on the right side of the frame. The stacked wooden dam structure is visible to the left of the main spillway.
Photograph taken from a side angle, looking across a suspension bridge at Cazadero Dam/Station G. The bridge leads to steps, which go to the top of the hill across the water. Several buildings and transmission poles can be seen at the top of the hill. On the left side of the frame, the edge of a brick building can be seen.
Photograph taken from across the water, showing the employee cottages at Cazadero Dam/Station G. Building can be seen at the top of the hill above the river, with several small wooden structures in front of three long buildings. A railroad car is parked on the left side of the frame.
Photograph showing exterior damage one day after the 1908 wreck at the Cazadero Dam/Station G due to equipment malfunction. Broken windows and a damaged roofing are visible. Water flows out of pipes in the bottom of the building over the water.
Photograph showing interior damage one day after the 1908 wreck at the Cazadero Dam/Station G due to equipment malfunction. A man stands with debris while looking at the camera, and windows and roofing materials show extensive damage.
Photograph of second unit powerhouse at Oak Grove taken from above the Clackamas River. In the distance are several small buildings and a dirt road on a hillside. Forested hills are visible in the background.
Photograph from Oak Grove project showing construction of unit plant and penstock. A brick building can be seen at the base of a dirt hill, with a small round building visible at the top. The Clackamas River runs along side the building and supporting wall.
Photograph looking across the Clackamas River at camp #3, taken from slightly uphill. Several small wooden structures can be seen above the river bank, next to a large pile of logs. In the background is a wooded hill. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-108” and “R-2.”
Photograph taken from a high angle looking downward at the Oak Grove powerhouse during construction. The Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River can be seen next to the building, with the Three Lynx camp visible on a hillside in the distance.
Photograph showing the Oak Grove powerhouse during construction. The Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River can be seen running alongside the building area, while a large pipe and possible flume extend uphill from the structure. A wooden trestle is also visible on the hillside above the building.
Photograph showing three men on a steep hillside above the Clackamas River(?). One man sits towards the front of the group, while the other two behind are standing and looking towards the camera. At the base of the cliff is flowing water and logs. Written on the negative is “Lower Damsite at Intake, 5-4-20.”
Photograph taken from a high angle and looking downwards at construction of the Oak Grove powerhouse, with the Clackamas River visible at the left of the frame. Metal and wood framework can be seen throughout the image, with numerous workers and lumber piles also visible. A railroad track and dirt road cut through the hillside and extend into the distance.
Photograph showing metal and cement building framework, taken from across the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River. Behind the structure is a dirt hill, with a wooden bridge and dirt road visible near the top of the frame.
Photograph looking upstream and downward at the Oak Grove powerhouse during construction. Wood and metal framework, and men working, can be seen throughout the site, with piles of dirt and lumber in the background. On the left side of the image is a metal bucket attached to a hook and pulley. In the background is the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River.
Photograph taken from across the Clackamas River showing two small wooden “clockhouse” buildings. Snow can be seen throughout the image, one the ground and trees. Written on the negative is “new and old clockhouses at Big Bottom 12/15/20.” (Image note: see related image PGE 16-35)
Photograph showing a man standing next to a wooden “clockhouse” building with snow. He is wearing winter clothing, a hat, and is holding a rifle. Downhill from the building is the Clackamas river. Written on the negative is “Clockhouse at Big Bottom 12/15/20.” (Image note: see related image PGE 16-37.”
Photograph looking up the Clackamas River, taken during a flood. On the right side, a cut road can be seen crossing the hillside, with several small flowing waterfalls. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-46” and “19.”
Photograph showing small wooden building with piles of cut lumber in front of a steep logged hillside. On the right side of the frame, the Clackamas River, or Oak Grove Fork can be seen, and snow is on the ground throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-369.”