Railroad bridge leading to Carnegie Steel plant at Youngstown, Ohio. Ordinarily this bridge was far enough above water to allow passage of large steamers. As seen in: “Our National Calamity of Fire, Flood, and Tornado” by Logan Marshall, 1913. L. T. Myers publisher. These floods caused 527 deaths, the U.S. record for the 20th Century.
Photo Category: Monsters - Floods
Photo Location: Ohio, Youngstown
Photo Date: 1913, Late March
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