Tunkhannock Viaduct or Nicholson Bridge
Title:
Tunkhannock Viaduct or Nicholson Bridge
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


River Street
Title:
River Street
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Tunkhannock Viaduct Construction?
Title:
Tunkhannock Viaduct Construction?
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Real Photo PM 1914 Jun-19


The Tunkhannock Viaduct
Title:
The Tunkhannock Viaduct
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1962 May-15

Description:
Joe Kast This bridge, sometimes called the Nicholson Bridge, is one of the wonders of the world and located at Nicholson, Pa., in the Endless Mountains. Built in 1912-1915 it has a 34 foot wide road bed for the double track of the Lackawanna Rail Road. The two center piers are 300 feet in the ground. In the building of this bridge, over 163,000 cubic yards of concrete were used. Dexter Press, Inc.



Beacon Feeds Bulk Feed Service
Title:
Beacon Feeds Bulk Feed Service
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Why not get the benefits of both bulk feed and Beacon quality? The one saves time and labor, the other assures top nutrition. Call us today at Nicholson 2-5881. Harold Falls


Universalist Church
Title:
Universalist Church
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused



Universalist Church
Title:
Universalist Church
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


Nicholson Bridge Along the Lackawanna Trail
Title:
Nicholson Bridge Along the Lackawanna Trail
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
Funnell Photo The longest concrete bridge in the world, built at a cost of over twelve million dollars



Universalist Church
Title:
Universalist Church
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


Nicholson Bridge
Title:
Nicholson Bridge
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
Along the Lackawanna Trail



The Tunkhannock Viaduct
Title:
The Tunkhannock Viaduct
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
This bridge, sometimes called the Nicholson Bridge, is one of the wonders of the world and located at Nicholson, Pa. in the Endless Mountains. Built in 1912-1915, it has a 34 foot wide road bed for the double track of the Lackawanna Railroad. The two center piers are 300 feet in the ground. In the building of this bridge, over 163,000 cubic yards of concrete were used


St. Patrick's Church
Title:
St. Patrick's Church
Nicholson Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused





Total: 12 Items