The museum has well over 3500 photographs in their collection. These photographs are available to the public to purchase copies. The collection consists of photographs of every town and mining camp in Carbon county: Helper, Price, Wellington, Sunnyside, Hiawatha, Wattis, Consumers, Sweet, National, Castle Gate, Royal, Peerless, Spring Canyon, Standardville, Latuda, Rains, Mutual, Kenilworth, Clear Creek, Winter Quarters, Scofield, Soldier Summit, Colton. Included are pictures of mining, miners, trains, work on the railroad and lifestyles of the people, from weddings to funerals. The photographs date 1880-1950.
If you are interested in purchasing any of these photographs, print the ORDER FORM, (Acrobat Reader is required to print form) fill it out, enclose payments and send it to the Western Mining and Railroad Museum,
294 South Main
Helper, UT 84526.
If you have a specific photograph you are looking for or if you are looking for a town that hasn't been added to the webpage yet, call the museum. The telephone number is 435-472-3009. Credit card orders are welcome.
The prices for the copies are:
|4 x 6
|5 x 7 -
|8 x 10
|10 x 13
|11 x 14
|12 x 18 -
|6 x 28 Panoramic
(Approximate Size) -
If you have any other questions or comments please feel free to e-mail or call the museum at 435-472-3009. Thank you for visiting our webpage.
Click on the links on the left to see mini prints and a description of the photographs for the areas which interest you.
If anyone has any historic photographs you would like to donate to the museum please e-mail the museum director.