Page 20: Bun Phay, left, is operating a Magnuflux machine
used to detect minute cracks in vital engine parts thus cutting possible
engine failure to a minimum. Three of the mechanics have taken special
training in the operation of this machine from...
First train into Boise, Idaho, September 5, 1887. Photo taken near the site of the Boise Union Pacific Depot. This train ran from Nampa to Boise. Image: Group of men standing on a flat railway car, steam engine to the left.
View of two stationary steam engines. The interior view is well lit and clearly shows the large fly wheels, single cylinders, and connecting pipes and valves that make up the engine. A pile of nuts and bolts lies on the floor.