Except where noted, below are some of the pictures I took of the storm.
William L. Passauer

 

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McDonalds Sign

The Arlington Hotel (Formally the Holiday Inn) sign was blown down.

The Allegheny River went from bare bones to this in one day. It did not flood.

Allegheny Avenue just above the old Hays Bakery.

Allegheny Avenue, Oil City, PA.

The new sun tan building in Seneca blew down.

West 6th Street where I use to live while in High School.

Wyllis Street, South Side

Wyllis Street, South Side

Oil Creek looking South, Oil City, PA.

West First Street, South Side, near the Jewish Temple.

West First Street, South Side, near the Jewish Temple.

The city had to close the streets, block by block as they would clear one block then move to the next.

Division Street, South Side, up from the Jewish Temple.

Corner of Reed St. and West Third St., South Side. St. Stephen School is to the left.

Corner of Reed St. and West Third St., South Side, looking East. St. Stephen School is behind.

Corner of Reed St. and West Third St., South Side, looking East. St. Stephen School is behind. A closer look.

Corner of Reed St. and West Third St., South Side, looking East. St. Stephen School is behind.

Corner of Reed St. and West Third St., South Side, looking East. St. Stephen School is behind.

This is the right side of the street. Another view.

West First Street, Oil City, PA/Carol Myers Billiel

West First Street, Oil City, PA/Carol Myers Billiel

West First Street, Oil City, PA/Carol Myers Billiel