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Title:
1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Jonesville 3
Town:
Richmond
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1927-11
Description:
This image is a screenshot from a movie made using actual footage from the 1927 flood: This image is from a clip of the 1927 Flood Movie that begins with the caption "The Central Vermont R.R. was practically wrecked but through the energy and financial aid of the Canadian National R.R. was rebuilt and running again in 92 days." In this shot is a building across from the Jonesville train station. In the foreground of this photo you can see that one of the two identical train tracks has fallen down, as the earth on which was lay was literally eroded away from underneath it by the flood waters. This explains why the track closer to the river was affected and the other one was not. On the left, Jonesville buildings. On the right, the Winooski River.
Filename:
LS13310_000.jpg
Size:
720 x 528 pixels; 183170 bytes
Original Filename:
2 - 3.jpg
GPS Location:
44.384306 N latitude, 72.938778 W longitude
Keywords:
Autumn; Buildings; Culture; Earth Materials; Embankments; Erosion; Excavation; Flood damage; Floods; Geology; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landslides; Living Things; Mass-wasting; Nature; Plant communities; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Rivers; Rocks; Season; Soil erosion; Surface Processes; Time; Transportation buildings;
Source:
UVM Geology Department
Submitted By:
Jay Taylor
Submitted On:
2008-05-04
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
114509
Title:
Jonesville train tracks
Town:
Richmond
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
2008-05-06
Description:
The historic image shows where the flood water ripped into the ground underneath the railroad track in Jonesville. In the distance a small building is visible just across from the station itself which is out of except for the very right tip of its roof. in the historic image two buildings are visible on the left, and only their roofs. The first building is now the motorcycle shop in Jonesville, which remains in its original form and is barely just visible on the left in this reshot photo. The building whose roof is visible behind that building in the historic image is the train station that no longer exists.
Filename:
LS13310_001.jpg
Size:
2592 x 1944 pixels; 2017229 bytes
Original Filename:
IMG_3006.JPG
GPS Location:
44.384306 N latitude, 72.938778 W longitude
Keywords:
Automobiles; Bridge approaches; Bridges; Bridges,Iron and steel; Buildings; Change; Commercial buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Electric utilities; Embankments; Excavation; Forest plants; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Mountains; Nature; Plants; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Reforestation; Riparian plants; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Paved; Rural; Rural electrification; Rural roads; Season; Shrubs; Spring; Time; Traffic signs and signals; Transportation; Trees; Trucks; Village communities; Wood poles; Wooden-frame buildings;
Source:
Jay Taylor
Photographer:
Jay Taylor
Submitted By:
Jay Taylor
Submitted On:
2008-05-09
Original Media:
Digital Photograph
Times viewed:
17202
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