RONALD ZINCONE PHOTOGRAPHY | Hurricane Diane 1955 | People gather in South Scranton after floodwaters rip a giant gash in Cedar Ave. Roaring Brook stretched for two city blocks during the storm’s peak, tossing about freight cars and destroying dozens o


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People gather in South Scranton after floodwaters rip a giant gash in Cedar Ave. Roaring Brook stretched for two city blocks during the storm’s peak, tossing about freight cars and destroying dozens o

People gather in South Scranton after floodwaters rip a giant gash in Cedar Ave. Roaring Brook stretched for two city blocks during the storm’s peak, tossing about freight cars and destroying dozens o

People gather in South Scranton after floodwaters rip a giant gash in Cedar Ave. Roaring Brook stretched for two city blocks during the storm's peak, tossing about freight cars and destroying dozens of homes. This photo was taken from the south end of the span, looking north toward the old Laurel Line station and the Hotel Casey. Times-Tribune Archives