Delaware River Flood at Frenchtown, NJ ~ June 28-30, 2006
Aerial Photographs by Bob Quinlan of http://highwing.com
Photos taken at the peak of flooding - midday Thursday, June 29, 2006 Posted at noon on Friday.

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AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS by our friend Bob Quinlan of  Highwing Aerial Photography services.



Click on any photo to see a larger image. These photos are available at no charge to Frenchtown residents who need proof of the flooding.


Trenton Avenue Basin - Flooded

Trenton Avenue Basin - Flooded

View to the northwest from the approximate location of the Frenchtown Cemetary.
Note the brown water, covering nearly all of the ground south of Bridge Street.
This is a combination of overflow from the Nishishackwick Creek, plus inflow from the Delaware River which came in beneath the River Road bridge, seen in photos elswhere on this web site.


Close-up of Trenton Ave Basin Flooding


Close-up of Trenton Aven Basin Flooding

View to the west from just east of Route 29.
N
ote Highway 29 (Trenton Avenue) in the bottom left corner.
The River Road parking area at the top of this photo.
The Nishisackawick Creek bridge is just below the bright reflection.

Frenchtown Bridge at High Water Crest

Frenchtown Bridge at High Water Crest

View of Frenchtown side of the Frenchtown-Uhlerstown Bridge
view from west to east.
Note brown flood water at it's highest point almost reaching Bridge Street.
Note also debris building up on the bridge pylon.

Van's Self-Storage Lot, north of town.

Van's Self-Storage Lot, north of town.

Van's Self Strorage Lot, north of town.
Note dry, built-up area in lower center of photo.
This higher area was created with rock fill as a result of recent floods and appears to have stayed dry.
most storage is in trailers which are on wheels and contents may have been protected by their natual height above the ground.
Many stored vehicles parked in lower areas, however, may have been covered by water.


note: We have much larger originals of these with very fine detail and 2-3,000 pixel wide images. We will post links to those photos later today.



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