The narrative at the link above and the photos of the Pitts Cider Mill, Cold River Bridge and North Clarendon Village are all from the 1976 Clarendon History book.
Below are photos of the railroad tracks in East Clarendon, a photo for which the exact location has not been identified, and photos from N. Clarendon village.
From Dawn Walters Aug. 7, 2020:
My mother used to tell about
this flood and how her father, Arthur LaCross, came to get her from
primary school (they lived in Rutland). She never forgot and always told
us about him walking her over a trestle bridge because the roads were
flooded, telling her not to look down and to just hold his hand and step
where he stepped. If he had not been successful in getting them both to
safety, I would not be here!