Bayou Teche Photos
Page 6

St. Martinville to Breaux Bridge



Click here for a larger image

Video capture of the the Evangeline Oak in It's Little Park in St. Martinville on the West Bank of the Bayou



Click here for a larger image

Video capture of Peke a Fellow Traveler



 Click here for a larger image

Video capture of St. John Sugar Factory in St. Martinville on the East Bank of the Bayou



Click here for a larger image

Video capture of the Railroad - Auto Traffic Bridge connecting the West Bank of Bayou Teche with St. John Sugar Factory - This Bridge Was Built in 1895



Click here for a larger image

Video capture of the Remains of an Old Live Oak Tree Killed by the Rising Water from the Placement of the Keystone Locks and Control Structure



Click here for a larger image

Video capture of the Old Live Oak Tree on the Other Side of Which Andre Larroque and the Author Placed the Cement Block with Initials and Date Carved Into It - See the History Account on the Home Page - In the 1960's This Area Was All Woods and Pasture Land


Bayou Teche Photos Page 7 Link

Click here for Additional Bayou Teche Pictures








Bayou Teche Photos Page Link

Click here to go to the Bayou Teche Photos Page


Bayou Teche Page Link

Click here to go to the Bayou Teche Page


Home Page Link

Click here to go to the Homepage


History Page Link

Click here to go to the History Page


Price List Link

Click here to go to the Price List










Roland Perret Pictures
2810 Main St.
Jeanerette, La. 70544

Telephone : 337-276-5677
Fax : 337-276-5677
e-mail : roland@louisianabayous.org





The music on this page is Marching Through Georgia, written by Henry Clay Work, and published in 1865. The midi file Copyright 1998-2000 by Benjamin Robert Tubb of PDMusic (All Rights Reserved), is used on the Louisiana Bayous web site by permission. The lyrics can be found at Public Domain Music.