New bridge built in Petersburg and flood walls rebuilt by Work Progress Administration.
Petersburg Virginia USA Date:1937 Duration:50 sec Sound:Yes
A raging flood in 1936 in West Virginia. Flood waters seen moving swiftly. WPA Workers during the Great Depression are seen building a new bridge at Petersburg West Virginia, spanning the South Branch of the Potomac River. Car crosses the bridge. New flood walls and dikes built by the WPA are shown, created to prevent recurrence of losses in future floods.
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