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LS13506_000
Aerial View of Vermont Town in Fall

Title:
Aerial View of Vermont Town in Fall
Town:
Lyndon
County:
Caledonia
State:
Vermont
Date:
1956 - 1958
Description:
This is an aerial photograph of a relatively large town. There appears to be a train running on train tracks that runs through town. Within the town, there are several large buildings, many houses, and barns. Towards the center of the image there is a church with a green roof and a white steeple. Throughout the town there are numerous deciduous trees, and some have begun to change color and are orange or yellow. In the town, there are a few paved side streets. On the right side of the train tracks the buildings are spaced more. Beyond the most of the town buildings there are a few fields, and a few outlier houses. In the background, there is a mostly green mountain range, sprinkled with orange trees. The season is fall. Gary Aubin writes on 2008-06-22: This is NOT Burke. It is an arial view of Lyndonville taken between 1956 and 1958. The Armory was built in 1956, and the right hand half of the Freight House burned around 1958. This image is from a Post Card. Dwayne Garfield writes on 2008-06-15: This is an aireal veiw of Lyndonville. If you look to the right of tracks you will see a new building being constucted, that was Old Fox fertilizer. now Northeast Ag. Taken in the early 60's
Filename:
LS13506_000.jpg
Size:
1079 x 678 pixels; 776563 bytes
Original Filename:
scan0022.jpg
Keywords:
Autumn; Barns; Building,Brick; Buildings; Church buildings; Cities and towns; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Farm buildings; Forests and Plants; Geology; Grassland plants; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Mountains; Nature; Plants; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Railroads--Trains; Roads; Roads,Paved; Season; Time; Transportation; Trees; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
East Burke Club - George Hayes
Submitted By:
John William Meyer
Submitted On:
2008-06-11
Original Media:
Postcard
Times viewed:
4791
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