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Title:
A Sunken Car
Town:
New Haven
County:
Addison
State:
Vermont
Date:
1935 - 1942
Description:
A group of men, women and children have gathered near this rural train station to watch the excavation of an automobile from the water under the railroad bridge. Men on the bridge itself seem to have clamped a cord to the top of the vehicle and will now attempt to pull it out somehow. The sign visible between the two crowds of people reads "Railroad Crossing - Look Out For the Cars" Utility poles are clustered here and line the dirt road that crosses the tracks. On the left side of the photograph in the background, we can see an open field with several large wooden-frame barn buildings. On the right, we see a parked car, a two-story wooden home, and the train station. A forest can be seen in the distance. All image rights reserved to Henry Sheldon Museum, www.henrysheldonmuseum.org. Kevin Hanson writes on 2011-01-06: This appears to be at New Haven Jct (Rte 7 & 17).
Filename:
LS24664_000.jpg
Size:
2883 x 1816 pixels; 3063055 bytes
Original Filename:
SMKB092.jpg
Original Metadata:
1992.78.188 The Lathrop Studio Brandon, Vermont
Keywords:
Abandonment; Abandonment of automobiles; Animals; Automobiles; Barns; Boys; Bridges; Buildings; Cattle; Change; Culture; Dairy Cattle; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Geology; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Men; Nature; People; Railroad bridges; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Rivers; Rural; Transportation; Trucks; Women;
Source:
Henry Sheldon Museum
Photographer:
George Lathrop
Submitted By:
Glen Frieden
Submitted On:
2009-06-17
Original Media:
FIlm Negative
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
MacBook OS X Version 10.5.2 Epson Perfection V750 PRO
Image Scanned By:
Kristina Brown
Catalogue Information:
Lathrop Collection Box 5
Relative Dating Rationale:
George Lathrop Collection - from this period. Clothing and automobiles in set.
Times viewed:
29118
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