Matt, That's cool! Oh yeah that famous picture of that locomotive, not to mention that house with the tree in it. It was a natural disaster because men were too arrogant back then and thought they could control mother nature. The result of that arrogance lead to the 2,209 lives that were lost. Now there's a concrete face on the Old Stone Bridge, I bet if they removed that concrete they would see that the face of the bridge was burnt. However if you look under the bridge you can still see the burn marks left by the 3 day fire. Here's a few more pictures of the aftermath.