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|This time of year the local "color" refers to the leaves turning, and this year has been spectacular. The following pictures were taken at the National Road Museum at the intersection of the old National Road (US-40) and I-70 near Norwich, Ohio, between Cambridge and Zanesville. This late in the season many of the trees are bare or nearly so, but still beautiful. (10/28/00)|
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Even the Guernsey County Sequoia has started to turn, and usually
it's one of the last trees to change.
Scrawney by sequoia standards, this tree across from my front door is over 60 feet tall.
The "S" bridge on the West side of New Concord is
a local landmark.
Since restoration in the mid-80s, the bridge has been barricaded to vehicle traffic.
This was a requirement for obtaining some of the restoration funds because
the bridge does not meet current State codes - it's much too strong.
© 2000, 2001, 2003 Jeff L. Anderson