Postcard shows flood damage in Barre, Vermont. Water flows down the Stevens Branch of the Winooski river, pushing several ice floes over a dam and downstream. An industrial building, perhaps Trow and Holden, is on the left bank of the river. Three…
The postcard shows how the railway line in Barre, Vermont, has been pushed to one side by flooding waters. A railroad car with a load of granite tips to the left. Several figures and outbuildings are visible in the distance.
Postcard shows collapsed banks along the residential side of the Stevens Branch of the Winooski River. Residential buildings are visible along the bank, probably near North Main Street, in Barre, Vermont.
The postcard shows the flooding that took place at Vermont Gas, situated at the back of Granite Street in Barre, Vermont, in 1912. The flood appears to have immersed the road entirely and to have flooded the lower level of surrounding buildings.
Postcard shows men lined along the sidewalks on the business section of Main Street in Barre, Vermont. A car's wheels are immersed in water as it travels down the flooded street, while drawing the attention of onlookers.