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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Senator Jim Ferlo (D), District 38, sent around an open invitation to volunteers and staff of historical societies, public officials, and the local preservation community to attend and participate in a luncheon forum, scheduled for Friday, March 23, 2012, at … Continue reading
Flickr photographer Suspensionstayed wrote to me about America’s very first modern suspension bridge, which “was built in 1801 across Jacobs Creek on the road from Connellsville to Mt. Pleasant in an area now known as Iron Bridge, just east of Scottdale.” … Continue reading
During a recent search for Broad Ford references, I came across the photography of Suspensionstayed on Flickr. He has a great compendium of photos showing the details of suspension bridges found all over the world. Bridge #841 details the remains of the … Continue reading
The photographer whose photos of Broad Ford are featured on Karen’s Branches has again changed his moniker on Flickr. He is now known as Trains & Trails, which pretty much identifies his main interests in photography. His Broad Ford collection on Flickr is still the … Continue reading