I was probably there in February of that same year. It was a pretty rough place and when we walked in all the talking stopped and everyone turned to look at us. Felt like a scene in a movie. I was in Redcliff again this year (2015), but found that the Reno had closed. I couldn't even tell where it had been. It might have burned down. Fun memories....
I photographed this bridge. Like. Greetings from Bucharest!
Actually this is the freight house; depot is further North. Great photo.
Lots of forests in your area, very beautiful picture from there!
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The two boulders, which started as one, represent the Mountain of Despair. The boulders are split in half to give way to the Stone of Hope. "Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope"
Our Nation honors her Sons and Daughters who answered the call to Defend a Country they never knew and a People they never met
Wonderful Fall Picture!!!!
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Beautiful Farm Picture!!!!
The Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Bridge carries Norfolk Southern rail lines across the
Susquehanna River between Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
It was originally built by the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad to connect its Harrisburg
and Lurgan lines. The bridge has fifty-one concrete arches, three more than the Rockville Bridge.