Wednesday, August 01, 2007

A day on the Columbia



Although not quite as popular as her sister, The Mark Twain, the Columbia is still a crowd pleaser. Shot 1 shows her docked in Fowler’s Harbor, January 1968. The next 4 images are from June 1960.



For this shot, I have included a detailed view, as I do not believe the structure on the right survived for very long.









Here’s a nice one of two cast members from June 1964



For more vintage & current Columbia photos, visit my regular website.

2 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

Re: the detail of that structure...is that the bandstand that used to sort of stick out into the river? It looks different from this angle, but I think that's what it is...

Davelandweb said...

David - yes, that is the bandstand that is in a few other pics on my site. Not sure when it disappeared though.