It was some time ago that I wrote about the beautiful Bridal Veil Falls along the Columbia Gorge. In that post, I mentioned that the falls had almost dried up while the water was being diverted to run the mill. In 1960, the water was restored to its original path. I had looked everywhere for a picture of the falls while it was more diminutive, but had no luck. Then, I found a postcard which was exactly what I was looking for – so here, for the first time and the only place on the Internet, you can see the before and after.
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