This picture was submitted by Susan Kirbaugh Collins. Note that there were two railroad bridges at that time (1936), the current one to the far right and another to the left of that bridge.
This picture resides at the Thompson House under the care of the E.L. Historical Society. The date for it is 1917. The road to Midland looks a bit ragged. Looks like it would be an adventure to travel it. Not a pothole in sight on the ELO side.
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