Boathouse on Railroad Bridge 6/15

Boathouses on Railroad Bridge

These pictures were taken on 6/15 of the Boathouse on the Railroad Bridge by Quaker Oats.

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rhino says ... on Sunday, Jun 15 at 5:48 PM

Hopefully there is a plan to capture these things downstream

Anonymous says ... on Sunday, Jun 15 at 9:28 PM

What a mess to clean up after all the houses, including mine, go under the bridge and over the dam. Too bad they couldnt have secured them to the bridge.

Dee says ... on Tuesday, Jun 17 at 1:55 PM

There was a plan to save the boathouses but the city wouldn't let us, even with professional equipment and trained/certified personnel. What a shame!!! You can see how many have been lost from the first pics to the latest ones.

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Jun 18 at 2:36 PM

What's the difference between a boathouse and a houseboat. Isn't a boathouse something you keeb a boat in and a houseboat is a floating house?

tammi says ... on Sunday, Jun 22 at 8:11 PM

A Boathouse is a House or Cabin that is attatched to a slip in the harbor. It does not move from it's spot, except in floods as we now know..trying to keep up humor. A house boat can go out and move up or down the river or lake.

Jimbo says ... on Monday, Jun 23 at 4:47 PM

Judging from the nubmer of barrels I saw floating down the river I wonder how many Boat Houses sunk? Does anyone have a count on how many survived and how many sank. Last summer I counted about 95 houses in the harbor.

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