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Title:
Highway Construction in Danby
Town:
Mount Tabor
County:
Rutland
State:
Vermont
Date:
1961-09-18
Description:
This black and white photograph looks south over a highway construction site in Danby. The existing highway, a portion of which is still paved, passes up the center of the image and crosses a set of single-gauge railroad tracks in the foreground. A few cars travel up the road. A new road is under construction just to the left of the existing road. A barn and a silo are located on the strip that passes between the two road beds. Construction materials, dirt, and rocks are strewn alongside the roads. Utility poles run alongside the roadway. Forested hills rise beyond the site. The season is summer. Herbert Ogden writes on 2017-01-04: This is not in Danby. It's in Mt. Tabor near the north junction of Troll Hill Rd. (former US 7) and US 7. The track was a spur to the bottom station of the funicular that brought marble down from quarries on Dorset Peak. Mountain at left is the west flank of Baker Peak.
Filename:
LS39759_000.jpg
Size:
3893 x 3118 pixels; 5714857 bytes
Original Filename:
AOTN04941.jpg
Original Metadata:
Mt. Tabor - Danby F 019 - 2 (1) Construction Looking S'ly from LT of 634+50
Keywords:
Work; Wooden-frame buildings; Wood poles; Wire fencing; Transportation; Traffic signs and signals; Time; Summer; Stone walls and Fences; Season; Rural roads; Rural; Rocks; Roads--Design and construction; Roads,Paved; Roads; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Pastures; Nature; Mountains; Landscapes; Landforms; Human Constructs; Human Activity; Hills; Highway engineering; Geology; Farm buildings; Excavation; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Earthwork; Earth Materials; Culture; Buildings; Barns; Automobiles;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Photographer:
Donald Wiedenmayer
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Andre
Submitted On:
2011-11-11
Original Media:
FIlm Negative
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
MacBook OS X v10.5 Epson Perfection V750 Pro
Image Scanned By:
Josh Ellsworth
Catalogue Information:
Negative #4941
Relative Dating Rationale:
Original Metadata
Times viewed:
691
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