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Title:
Early stages of interstate -89 construction through pasture
Town:
Williston
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1961-10-10
Description:
This image is second in a four-part sequence documenting progress during the building of a section of Interstate 89 between Williston and South Burlington. Shown here is the early stage of construction taking place in the middle of an open rolling pasture. Several elm trees and other deciduous trees are visible on either side of the construction. A wire fence can be seen running parallel on both sides of the future interstate. Several vehicles and earth moving equipment can be seen in the construction zone. The stream is now running through a culvert under the interstate.
Filename:
LS13150_001.jpg
Size:
5768 x 4640 pixels; 2158969 bytes
Original Filename:
AOT4389b.jpg
Original Metadata:
"Williston-South Burlington; Looking northwesterly from 100 feet left of station 1902 SB."
Keywords:
Automobiles; Autumn; Bridge approaches; Building; Change; Cities and town--Growth; Culture; Deciduous; Earthmoving machinery; Earthwork; Elm; Excavation; Excavation; Express highways; Fills (Earthwork); Forests and Plants; Grading (Earthwork); Grassland plants; Highway engineering; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Machinery; Men; Nature; Pasture plants; Pavements; People; Plants; Road building machinery; Roads; Roads,Earth; Roads,Gravel; Roads--Design and construction; Roads--Widening; Rural; Rural roads; Season; Shrubs; Spoil banks; Stone walls and Fences; Time; Transportation; Trees; Trucks; Wire fencing; Work;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Photographer:
Donald Wiedenmayer
Submitted By:
Jamie Russell
Submitted On:
2008-04-10
Original Media:
Photograph
Relative Dating Rationale:
date printed on image or part of original metadata
Times viewed:
4875
Title:
Interstate -89 construction through pasture
Town:
Williston
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1962-07-11
Description:
This image is third in a four-part sequence documenting progress during the building of a section of interstate 89 between Williston and South Burlington. Shown here is construction taking place in the middle of an open rolling pasture. Several elm trees and other deciduous trees are visible on either side of the construction. A wire fence can be seen running parallel on both sides of the future interstate. Two bridges are visible for both direction of traffic crossing the river. Three large boulders are visible on the left side of the construction zone. Several vehicles and earth moving equipment can be seen in the construction zone. The river is now running through a culvert under the interstate. A dump truck can be seen in the background near the large piles of dirt and gravel used or removed during the construction.
Filename:
LS13150_002.jpg
Size:
5776 x 4624 pixels; 2108164 bytes
Original Filename:
AOT4389c.jpg
Original Metadata:
"Williston-South Burlington; Looking northwesterly from 100 feet left of station 1902 SB."
Keywords:
Earth Materials; Automobiles; Boulders; Bridge approaches; Bridges; Bridges,Iron and steel; Change; Cities and town--Growth; Culture; Deciduous; Earth Materials; Earthmoving machinery; Elm; Excavation; Excavation; Express highways; Fills (Earthwork); Forests and Plants; Geology; Grassland plants; Highway engineering; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Machinery; Nature; Pasture plants; Pavements; Plants; Road building machinery; Roads; Roads,Earth; Roads,Gravel; Roads--Widening; Rocks; Rural; Rural roads; Season; Sediments (Geology); Shrubs; Spoil banks; Stone walls and Fences; Summer; Time; Transportation; Trees; Trucks; Wire fencing;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Photographer:
Donald Wiedenmayer
Submitted By:
Jamie Russell
Submitted On:
2008-04-10
Original Media:
Photograph
Catalogue Information:
neg 6063
Relative Dating Rationale:
date printed on image or part of original metadata
Times viewed:
2052
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