Lackawanna Trail School
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"a thing colossal and impressive - those arches! How really beautiful they were. How symmetrically planned! And the smaller arches above, how delicate and lightsomely graceful! " Theodore Dreiser
Designer - A. Burton Cohen
Project engineer - G.J. Ray
Bridge length - 2,375 feet.
Height - 240 feet above stream level; more than 300 feet above bedrock.
The workforce involved some 500 men, most of them unskilled laborers.
- Nicholson Music Studio -Private Music, Drumset and Percussion lessons located in town Ages 5 and up. Coaching students from new/ basic - intermediate. Percussion is great way to allow your kid to learn musical skills as well as improving fitness, coordination , confidence, dexterity and an increased learning capacity for other subjects. call 570 942 -5016
- Mother's Little Helper soap is now available at All under One Roof on main st. Nicholson
- Nicholson Heritage Association for more information about an amazing local organization!
I Added a new Art & Crafts section. We are listing local photography, art and crafts that have been handmade by local residents and the surrounding areas. Local artists and artisans can contact us via email using the contact page to have your work considered/added to our arts section or for more information.
Rita Eddy is a lifelong resident of Susquehanna residing near Birchardville. She has painted many historical buildings and scenes throughout . Her paintings are done in pastels, watercolors and acrylics. You can view her work locally in several businesses around the area as well as the Artists' Open House Weekend art tour in the county during Columbus Day Weekend of October 6,7, and 8. Contact her for more information at 570-553-2500 or . Websites: rita-eddy.artistswebsites.com, andartiststour.com.
Arts and Crafts in Nicholson
Please welcome Chris Lathrop to the Nicholson Bridge Art Gallery. She lives in the country near Elk Lake, PA, where she enjoys painting the natural world around her as well as local buildings and scenes. In addition, she travels part of the year and paints other parts of the country. Her main medium is watercolor but she also enjoys painting with acrylics and pastels. For more information, contact her at 570-278-2141 or . Her work can also be viewed in several businesses around Susquehanna County or on the web at christine-lathrop.artistwebsites.com and artists tour.com.