Trees down and blocking the driveway along Neuman Road in clifton. The result of what was reproted to be the worst storm in VA history. The storm was quick moving but produced winds in excess of 70 miles per hour at times.
Well the storm water receeded and left behind an almost perfectly cleansed landscape. There is something “cleansing” about a flood. Below intersection of Clifton Creek Road and Mainstreet
Below Where Chapel Street turns into private driveway through 8 acre / Buckley Park
Below site of the rail road bridge
Below Russucks Robins House near the intersection of Clifton Creek Road and Mainstreet. (looking north towards town)
Another great flood ravages Clifton after the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee rips through the eastern seaboard. Below is PopesHead Creek Rail road Bridge just west of Town
Below Buckley Park PopesHead Creek
Below Main Street Bridge over PopesHead Creek facing south of rail road tracks
Flood Waters from PopesHead Creek threaten the Russeks Robins House. Near Main Street Bridge
There were lots of toads and other anurans out tonight. No sightings of salamanders though.
Below night time photo of Pickerel frog off Neuman Road