Bridges;Buildings;Cities & towns;Dredges;Houses;Trees;Utility poles;Disasters;People;Black & white postcards;Signs (Notices);Barges;Panoramic views;Canals;Rivers;
November 23, 1922. New York State wrecking dredge No. 1 tore away middle span of the Mohawk River Bridge. The dredging barge has the sign THE CHIEF OF [Indiscernible] on its side and is under the portion of the bridge on the right. In the center...
Black & white postcards;Boats;Towpaths;Reflections;Facilities;Canals;
A view of Erie Canal in Fultonville, N.Y. On the left side of the canal are [presumably] homes. On the right side is a towpath. In the distance is [presumably] a steam boat next to [presumably] industrial buildings. Even further out are...
Scene of the Erie Canal in Fultonville, N.Y. It is almost a panoramic photo because there are many different types of houses and buildings, different boats, and different types of trees. There is also a towpath, and utility poles.
Reflections;Trees;Black & white postcards;Close-up views
A black & white photograph, taken from inside the Erie Canal. It features a segment of the canal, which shows the [presumably] brick canal walls surrounded by trees. The trees have no leaves. The walls and trees are reflected in water.