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West Branch Susquehanna River Ice Photos,
taken on February 26, 2004
Looking downstream on the West Branch Susquehanna River from US Route 144 bridge at Renovo. Shore ice can be seen on both sides of the river. This is the remains of a solid ice cover which broke apart and moved downstream February 22-24. The river remained open from Renovo upstream to Karthaus.
Looking south across the West Branch Susquehanna River about 5 miles downstream of Renovo. Shore ice extending outward from both sides covered nearly 2/3 of the river.
Looking upstream on the West Branch Susquehanna River several miles upstream of Lock Haven. A solid ice cover persisted from the dam at Lock Haven to approximately 7 miles upstream.
Looking downstream on the West Branch Susquehanna River from the Jay Street bridge at Lock Haven. A solid ice cover persisted from well upstream of Lock Haven to the dam. Notice the open water just below the dam. The river remained open from this point to Williamsport.
Looking downstream on Pine Creek from the Tiadaughton Drive bridge between US Route 220 and the West Branch Susquehanna River. A solid ice cover persisted from this point upstream to Waterville.

 

 

 

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