Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Tyrone Gap

This woodcut was published in "Picturesque America," edited by William Cullen Bryant,  D. Appleton and Company, New York, page 338. The woodcut is of the "Gap at Tyrone. The foreground is the Juniata river. In the far distance in the bottom third, center of the image is a steam powered train moving westbound. The railroad is on its 1850's alignment as it is today.

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