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After Fire at Chase Fiber in Passumpsic

Title:
After Fire at Chase Fiber in Passumpsic
Town:
Barnet
County:
Caledonia
State:
Vermont
Date:
1904
Description:
Note the burned out buildings at center back as well as the dam at right and the mill building. Railroad embankment runs above the river and there is a railroad signal tower. The riparian zone is barren. Kendall Kahl (wq1962005) writes about LS02624_000.jpg 2005-1-6: This image shows the skeletons of some burned out buildings in a town center. A river with a dam runs through the right side of the photo. The water is flowing over the dam and the river looks fairly full. There are railroad tracks running along the left side of the village that appear to be in working condition. There are tall utility line poles along the tracks. The banks along the railroad tracks are bare and slope down to some small brush-like plants buffering the river. Beyond the buildings in the town center there are hills that are partially cleared. The trees appear to have some foliage on them, but are sparse, possiblly indicating it is fall. Jamie Ide writes on 2013-03-02: The fire occurred early Monday morning on December 19, 1904 and was thought to have started in the leather room of the Passumpsic Fiber Leather Company. This photo shows the ruins of the fiber leather plant and the E. T. & H. K. Ide grist mill. The losses for both businesses exceeded $75,000. Both firms relocated to the Lyndon and were again burned out less than six months later on May 12, 1905.
Filename:
LS02624_000.jpg
Size:
1356 x 1092 pixels; 595012 bytes
Original Filename:
Barnet13_top.JPG
Keywords:
Mills; Dams; Houses; Railroads; Buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Fires; Forest plants; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Industrial buildings; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Plants; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Rivers; Surface Processes; Trees; Village communities;
Source:
Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium
Submitted By:
Jens Hilke
Submitted On:
2004-05-14
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
9627
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