The Columbia Gorge Ice Storm

On this day, in 1921, the Columbia Gorge saw a historical ice storm. In all, according to the National Weather Service, snowfall amounts ranged from 54″ in The Dalles, 37.5″ in Hood River, and 27.5″ in the Cascade Locks. This left several trains with passengers on board stranded for days.

Below is a photograph of fallen trees and wires in Needham.

(Wicked Local)
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