This seven-arch stone railroad bridge was built in Johnstown, PA by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1887. It is notable for surviving the 1889 flood, but subsequently forming the base of a dam of debris that accumulated behind it and caught fire on the evening of the flood, incinerating a number of flood survivors trapped in the wreckage.
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