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1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Proctor 7

Title:
1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Proctor 7
Town:
Proctor
County:
Rutland
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 cut at Proctor after the flood." This image shows the Rutland Railroad cut after the flood waters had subsided. Looking up the cut from the bottom there is much debris visible including some larger rocks in the foreground. It is clear from this image that massive flows of water moved through there during the high-water. Note the house on the top of the hill on the right, undamaged. Note also that there is little to NO water flowing through the cut, as it is intended for railroad use and not for water.
Filename:
LS13434_000.jpg
Size:
720 x 528 pixels; 225168 bytes
Original Filename:
34 - 1.jpg
Keywords:
Autumn; Buildings; Coarse woody debris; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Earth Materials; Earthwork; Flood damage; Floods; Forests and Plants; Geology; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Plants,Effect of floods on; Railroads Earthwork; Rocks; Season; Sediment transport; Surface Processes; Time; Trees; Village communities; Wooden-frame buildings; Work;
Source:
UVM Geology Department
Submitted By:
Jay Taylor
Submitted On:
2008-05-08
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
66165
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1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Bolton 1

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1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Bolton 1
Bolton,
1927
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1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Bolton 10

LS13387
1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Bolton 10
Bolton,
1927
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1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Bolton 11

LS13388
1927 Flood Movie Screenshot: Bolton 11
Bolton,
1927
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