National Geographic : 1919 Sep
THE LAVA FLOW FROM THE VOLCANO OF SAN SALVADOR It had swept through a coffee plantation and had come to halt in a maize field. Finger-like side flows run off from the main stream, which is six or seven miles long. WHERE THE LAVA FLOW BLOCKED THE SALVADOR RAILROAD BETWEEN QUEZALTEPEQUE AND SITIO DE NINO The lava covered the track for a distance of over three miles. The railroad now passes directly over the lava.