Washington D.C. 2010 Blizzard

Feb. 9, 2010
Transportation ground to a halt in early February 2010 following the biggest blizzard in Washington D.C.'s history -- dropping a record 32 inches of snow on the nation's capital, eclipsing the 28 inch record set back in 1922 by the infamous 'Knickerbocker' storm. The following photographs, taken by Michael Kilcarr, show some of Washington's monuments and streets in the aftermath of this massive storm.

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