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Weather`s Impact on Johnstown 1889 park
Weather`s Impact on Johnstown 1889 park
Description: One has to ask themselves, how has the weather impacted the Keystone state, over the past 100 years. Looking at just the Johnstown region we see 3 known major floods which had a major impact on the people of the region. Here are pictures from the 1889 park, in which the south fork dam broke in 1889.

Date Taken: 10/18/2006
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City: South Fork
*ApertureValue: 6
*ISOSpeedRatings: 0
*ShutterSpeedValue: 7.58
State: pennsylvania
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Country: United States
*Camera: hp PhotoSmart 620
*Software: Ver V0.610
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At one time the water was right behind that house and as far as you can see all around water with people boating and fishing and swimming on it. So really did weather play a role in the flood of 89 -- jodimiller
 
Uploaded on 4/17/2007
by johnstownwildfire
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