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1889 flood club house in st michael
1889 flood club house in st michael
Description: I decided to put the foolowing pictures on line. The pictures here tell the story, of the great flood on May 31, 1889. Was it the weather, all that heavy rain or was it a faulty dam that caused 20 million tons of water to crash into the city of Johnstown 12 miles down stream. The wall of water whe it hit Johnstown had a force equal to Niagara Falls.

Date Taken: 9/7/2007
Views: 1525
City: st michael
*ApertureValue: 6
*ISOSpeedRatings: 0
*ShutterSpeedValue: 6.09
State: pennsylvania
Country: United States
*Camera: hp PhotoSmart 620
*Software: Ver V0.610
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my friends house is across the street from this house here. i have one question that has been running in my head and that is, would this cottage pictured have been on the lake front or was it set back a ways? -- Impala_Nite_Ryder
It was on the lake front. From what I was told about 30 yards up slope from water. -- johnstownwildfire
so then my friends house would have been on the lakefront to i guess? thats very interesting -- Impala_Nite_Ryder
Uploaded on 9/7/2007
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