Re the article, "Museum Buoys Most-Flooded City" (June 1). It was a super article. It brought back many boyhood memories, for I was born in Johnstown (Pa.). Many times my dad used to take me up the Incline and we would hike along the heights above the river to gather chestnuts, watch the river and city unfold before us.
I'm pleased to see that Johnstown is still considered a historic city well worth an occasional visit by U.S. tourists. And certainly railroad buffs will always enjoy the Horseshoe Curve if they take the train.
Rancho Palos Verdes