“Ice Jam” Below the Wrought Iron Bridge on the Beaverkill Valley Road and the Adjacent Field

These pictures were taken by Mac downstream from the wrought iron bridge on January 11, 2018
Temp during the ice event: around zero to 10+, with big rain and 30+ long enough to break up the ice and send it downriver (the “upper Beaverkill”). Some chunks were over a foot thick and 8 to 10 feet across. I don’t know how long the ice stayed around; it was pushed out of the road within a day of the invasion.
An anonymous local kid