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Work, supply, and passenger trains crossing temporary trestle.

Oil tank owned by the Pierce Fordyce Oil Association, beside a railroad track.

Close-up of an oil tank owned by the Pierce Fordyce Oil Association, beside a railroad track.

Oil tank car owned by the Pierce Fordyce Oil Association.

Oil tank, dredge pipe, and pontoons north of the Texas City terminal tracks.

A crew works at repairing the railroad track around Texas City junction.

Oil tank, dredge pipe, and pontoons north of the Texas City terminal tracks.

Oil barge north of the Texas City terminal tracks.

Interurban train crossing temporary trestle built after the causeway was destroyed by the hurricane.

A stranded gas buoy from the Galveston entrance is found stranded in a field after the hurricane.

A man stands in front of a stranded gas buoy from the Galveston entrance.

A stranded coal barge sits north of the Texas City terminal tracks.

Coal barge stranded on steam road tracks at Texas City junction.

Coal barge stranded on steam road tracks at Texas City junction.

Boxcars lie on their sides in a field beside a set of tracks near the Texas City Junction.

Southern Pacific passenger train station lies overturned beside a set of railroad tracks.

Train sits on track while a man walks along the recently repaired track around Texas City junction.

Wreckage of steam road tracks between Texas City and La Marque. An automobile can be seen on the road beside the tracks.

Santa Fe engine returning to Galveston after hauling Interurban trains across trestle.

A man stands observing the wreckage of steam road tracks between Texas City and La Marque.

Three men, two in an automobile, observe the wreckage of steam road tracks between Texas City and La Marque.

Oceangoing freight vessels that broke away from Pier 30 stranded in a field after the hurricane.

Passenger train crossing the temporary trestle.

Vessel, Eton Hall, stranded between Virginia Point and Texas City.

Rex Dunbar Frazier, a photographer and representative from Stone & Webster Engineering, in camp.

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