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Title:
Looking South down Hinesburg Road
Town:
South Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1964-10-01
Description:
This black and white photograph looks south down Hinesburg Road (Vermont Route 116) as it crosses a section of I-89 in South Burlington. The paved, two-lane highway passes up the center of the image. Guard rails line the bridge, which crosses the interstate in the midground of the image. The interstate is just visible at the right edge of the image. A speed limit sign is posted alongside the highway. Farm fields sprawl out in the background on the far side of the interstate. A dwelling is sited in the field on the right, while a large farm complex is sited in the field on the left. A few trees are scattered around the buildings. The season is autumn.
Filename:
LS43494_000.jpg
Size:
3716 x 3103 pixels; 5561624 bytes
Original Filename:
AOTN09687.jpg
GPS Location:
44.265054 N latitude, 73.092870 W longitude
Original Metadata:
Completed - Williston to Winooski. Will-S.Burl. I-89-3(14) C2. Looking S'ly from 24+00 Hinesburg Road.
Keywords:
Work; Wooden-frame buildings; Wood poles; Wire fencing; Trees; Traffic signs and signals; Time; Stone walls and Fences; Season; Rural roads; Rural; Roads--Guard fences; Roads,Paved; Roads; Pastures; Nature; Machinery; Living Things; Landscapes; Human Constructs; Human Activity; Forests and Plants; Farming; Farm buildings; Express highways; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Dwellings; Deciduous; Culture; Buildings; Barns; Autumn; Agriculture; Agricultural machinery;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Photographer:
Donald Wiedenmayer
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Andre
Submitted On:
2011-12-20
Original Media:
FIlm Negative
Image Scanned By:
Josh Ellsworth
Catalogue Information:
Negative #9687
Relative Dating Rationale:
Original Metadata
Times viewed:
271
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