Relief efforts after the Johnstown Flood of 1889

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black and white photo of railroad tracks in foreground, surrounded by tents, devastated valley visible in background

Once the railroad could get through to Johnstown, it continued to bring supplies for months.

Due to the immense destruction, survivors were dependent on the railroad for almost everything.