We found more flood photos from the Yosh Tashiro archive Here’s a look at Delta beach in 1954 and 1955. Yosh (No index). Date Sat May 7, 1955. Title: Lake Manitoba Floods Delta. Caption: THIS IS A CLOSE-UP VIEW of the damage caused to the breakwater at Delta caused by high winds pushing Lake Manitoba in on the village of Delta. This photo was taken Sunday afternoon after the water had receded. Yosh (No index). Date Sat May 7, 1955. Title Lake Manitoba floods Delta. Caption: FISHING SHACKS are shown here virtually floating as Lake Manitoba flooded Delta Saturday morning. The large building to the left is a storage house for fish. This water swept through the channel near the breakwater, which is not shown in the picture, but is tot the left of the storage buildings. Yosh (No index). Date Sat May 7, 1955. Title: Lake Manitoba Floods. Caption: TWO HOLES IN THE BREAKWATER at Delta are shown circled in this picture. These holes were torn in the breakwater early Saturday morning as high winds swept the water of Lake Manitoba past the shore line, through Delta village and over thousands of acres of farm land to the east. Yosh index: 10327. Date: Oct 3, 1954. Title: Delta Cottage owners work to stop flooding. Yosh (No index). No Date. No Caption. Location: Delta beach. This photo above had no accompanying information. Looks like it is probably Hackberry. There are also power lines that don’t appear in the other photos, so I suspect it is more recent. If anyone has any information on these photos, join the discussion, leave a comment or drop us line. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.