Looking the other way from behind the track loader seen in the
above right photo (but without the crane). The PAGEOS camera
housing is back behind GWR.
Here are some of the construction camp Jamesway structures in amongst the construction materials and debris that has been the focus of many of a cleanup over the year. I'm guessing that the stray rock from the blasting operations went through the roof of one of these structures. Although from this distance I can't place the location of this scene on station.
Much later, probably toward the end of winter, here is a
view of the back of GWR with the generator stacks installed.
All of these photos are from the NOAA photo archive, specifically from the geodesy collection, taken by one of the four U. S. Army Topographic Command folks, Edward J. Davis, David R. Messent, John H. Page, and John E. Webb, who wintered in 1969 dealing with the PAGEOS project. Note that the image quality of the original slides was not the best, due to a combination of the lighting conditions and the film deterioration. I've done the best I could to improve these images.