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Title:
Flooding in the Streets: Reshot
Town:
Barton
County:
Orleans
State:
Vermont
Date:
2006-04-11
Description:
Looking south on Glover Street in Barton many of the buildings remain in 2006 despite the high flood waters in 1927. Several more trees exist at the end of the street in 2006 compared to 1927. This image shows a paved street with houses and buildings along both sides of the street. Several vehicles can be seen parked along the street. Power-lines are running down the street. Spring probably; no leaves on the trees.
Filename:
LS03857_001.jpg
Size:
2048 x 1536 pixels; 679457 bytes
Original Filename:
NATHISTOFVT 022.jpg
GPS Location:
44.74784 N latitude, 72.18060 W longitude
Datum: WGS84
Keywords:
Automobiles; Buildings; Change; Chimneys; Church buildings; Cities and town--Growth; Cities and towns; City trees; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Driveways; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Forests and Plants; Garages; Human Constructs; Lampposts; Landscapes; Living Things; Men; Nature; People; Plants; Roads; Roads,Paved; Season; Shrubs; Spring; Stone walls and Fences; Streets; Time; Transportation; Trees; Village communities; Wood poles; Wooden fences; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Elizabeth L. Taylor
Photographer:
Elizabeth L. Taylor
Submitted By:
Jamie Russell
Submitted On:
2008-01-16
Original Media:
Digital Photograph
Times viewed:
2347
Title:
Flooding in the Streets
Town:
Barton
County:
Orleans
State:
Vermont
Date:
1927-11-04
Description:
Photograph shows flooding through the town of Barton after the 1927 flood. Matthew Meikleham writes on 2008-01-04: This is a photo of Barton, Vermont after the Fall 1927 flood. The photo was taken on November 4, 2007. In the foreground there is at least one street underwater. On the left hand side of the building there is what appears to be some sort of church or municipal building. To the right of that building there is what appears to be some sort of barn that is partially underwater. If you look closely you can see the high water mark, eluding that the water has subsided some. Next to the barn there is some sort of house with a stack of something next to it as well as a utility pole and several trees in front of the house, most likely along the side of the street. It looks as though all the telephone wires in this picture are not damaged. Beyond the house and barn there are several small buildings on a knoll that are high enough so as the water has not affected them. In the background beyond the three houses on the knoll there is a sloping hillside. In the immediate right of the picture there are at least three houses along the side of the road. The waters edge comes right up to the front of the first house, but it is not clear how the water is affecting the houses beyond the first house. There are also a few trees in front of these houses. In the background the continuation of the submerged road is visible. The road is blocked off and continues out of frame, unaffected by the water. A small road sign reads go right but the bottom of right is under water.
Filename:
LS03857_000.jpg
Size:
1562 x 890 pixels; 752829 bytes
Original Filename:
Flood-village.jpg
GPS Location:
44.74784 N latitude, 72.18060 W longitude
Datum: WGS84
Keywords:
Buildings; Church buildings; Cities and towns; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Flood damage; Floods; Forests and Plants; Geology; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Surface Processes; Trees
Source:
Ted Alexander Postcard Collection, Old Stone House Museum
Submitted By:
Jehanna Howe
Submitted On:
2004-06-24
Original Media:
Postcard
Times viewed:
2277
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