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Tag Archives: bridge
This past weekend I visited the Catskills Mountains with a few goals in mind. One was to locate and photograph a couple of covered bridges. Covered bridges are remnants of a time past when horse and buggies needed safe ways … Continue reading
The Frederick Douglass-Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge, originally uploaded by Scott Thomas Photography. The Frederick Douglass-Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge is a triple steel arch bridge over the Genesee River in Rochester, New York. This photo was taken during the … Continue reading
A friend of mine who is a cancer survivor runs online auctions of items donated to her. Last year a print of mine raised over $1,000 for her charity. While I do not expect the same results here, I thought … Continue reading
Back in 1886, a group formed the Syracuse and Baldwinsville Railroad to service the mills on the Seneca River in the village. This bit of history of my hometown of Baldwinsville, New York fascinated me. I grew up hearing trains … Continue reading