Flooding in a circle of Manchester, IA

Flooding in Manchester, IA

Flooding in a residential area of Manchester, IA.

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Kabel says ... on Friday, Jul 23 at 2:48 PM

I grew up there and still enjoy going back. where is this photo taken?

dada says ... on Monday, Jun 29 at 3:36 AM


Sally Owensby says ... on Tuesday, Jun 17 at 11:27 PM

I lived in Manchester for most of my teen years. I have many friends and family members still live in and around Manchester. My heart goes out to all who have been effected by the floods there.

donna atkins says ... on Sunday, Jun 15 at 10:09 PM

i used to live in manchester in 1972 i now live in califorina i no longer have family or friends their, but still have interest in what is happening there,i pray all of you are safe with all the flooding i will always be from manchester.

Manchester says ... on Tuesday, Oct 9 at 12:31 PM

Wow! Great photo! And in October?!

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