Tuesday, May 31, 2011

It Took Two Trains to Get Us Here

Niagara Falls from Prospect Park (linen)

Postmarked 31 May 1952
Niagara Falls, New York

Postcard Caption:
Niagara's water plunges 160 feet to the surface of the waters below, then travels beneath the surface for a distance of 1-1/4 miles and rises again to form the lower rapids.
Dearest Mom:/ Just remembering you from the Falls. It took two trains to get us here. Now back to Buffalo - the zoo and then Kenmore. Love, Clara
Hello, Grandma, It's beautiful here. Love from Freddie
Thank You dear Clara and Freddie dear, Mamy
You are welcome

1 comment:

PaperSponge.com said...

Pictures at the top of waterfalls always give me the willys! I guess because of the power of the water and there's only one way to go. Can't believe the water travels over a mile in an undercurrent.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...