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Tinkers Creek (Cuyahoga River tributary)

Tinkers Creek, in Cuyahoga, Summit and Portage counties, is the largest tributary of the Cuyahoga River, providing about a third of its flow into Lake Erie.

Cold Spring Historic District

The Cold Spring Historic District is a historic district that includes much of the central area of the Hudson River Cold Spring village in Putnam County, New York. It is roughly bounded by Main Street, Cedar and Fair streets and Paulding Avenue. ...

Eureka Shipyard

Eureka Shipyard was located on the Hudson River in Newburgh, New York. This shipyard built a number of ships for the United States Navy and Liberty/Cargo ships during World War II. Commercial vessels were also built here.

Garrison station (Metro-North)

The Garrison station is a commuter rail stop on the Metro-North Railroads Hudson Line, located in Garrison, New York. Trains leave for New York City every hour on weekdays and about every 25 minutes during rush hour. It is 49.9 miles from Grand C ...

Garrison Landing Historic District

The Garrison Landing Historic District, also known as Garrisons Landing, is a small commercial and residential area located between what is now the Metro-North Hudson Line and the Hudson River in Garrison, New York, United States. Its buildings w ...

Haverstraw Bay

Haverstraw Bay, located in New York, is the widest portion of the Hudson River. The width of Haverstraw Bay is approximately 3.4 miles. The length approximately 5 miles from river kilometer 58 at Croton Point to river kilometer 66 at Stony Point. ...

Haverstraw–Ossining Ferry

The Haverstraw–Ossining Ferry is a passenger ferry which connects Haverstraw, New York with Ossining, New York over the Haverstraw Bay and Hudson River. The ferry operates during rush hours on weekdays only, primarily transporting commuters from ...

History of the Hudson River

The Hudson River is a 315-mile river in New York. The river is named after Henry Hudson, an Englishman sailing for the Dutch East India Company, who explored it in 1609, and after whom Canadas Hudson Bay is also named. It had previously been obse ...

Hudson River crash

Hudson River crash could refer to: 2009 Hudson River mid-air collision of a small plane with a helicopter. US Airways Flight 1549 - ditching of a flock-stroken Airbus in the river in 2009.

Hudson river greenway

Hudson River Greenway may refer to: Hudson River Valley Greenway, a system of parks, trails, kayak / canoe routes, etc. along New Yorks Hudson River, and the organization that serves to promote and preserve them. Manhattan Waterfront Greenway, a ...

Hudson River Historic District

The Hudson River Historic District, also known as Hudson River Heritage Historic District, is the largest such district on the mainland of the contiguous United States. It covers an area of 22.205 acres extending inland roughly a mile from the ea ...

Kingston Point station

The Kingston Point station, MP 0.0, was one of the last stations built on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad. It was built in Kingston Point, New York to permit passengers and cargo to be transferred between the U&amp,D and boats transiting the Hud ...

Lake Tear of the Clouds

Lake Tear of the Clouds is a small tarn located in the town of Keene, in Essex County, New York, United States, on the southwest slope of Mount Marcy, the states highest point, in the Adirondack Mountains. It is the highest pond in the state. It ...

Montgomery–Grand–Liberty Streets Historic District

The Montgomery–Grand–Liberty Streets historic district was the first of two to be designated in the city of Newburgh, New York, United States. It runs along the three named north-south streets in the northeast quadrant of the city and includes 25 ...

New York State Route 9D

New York State Route 9D is a north–south state highway in the Hudson Valley region of New York in the United States. It starts at the eastern end of the Bear Mountain Bridge at an intersection with U.S. Route 6 and US 202 in Westchester County, a ...

New York State Route 9J

New York State Route 9J is a north–south state highway in the Hudson Valley region of New York in the United States. It begins at an intersection with US 9 in the Columbia County town of Stockport and extends for 22.35 miles to an interchange wit ...

New York State Route 32

New York State Route 32 is a north–south state highway that extends for 176.73 miles through the Hudson Valley and Capital District regions of the U.S. state of New York. It is a two-lane surface road for nearly its entire length, with few divide ...

New York State Route 218

New York State Route 218 is a state highway located within Orange County, New York, in the United States. It loops off U.S. Route 9W to run closer to the Hudson River between Highland Falls and Cornwall-on-Hudson. North of Highland Falls, it is b ...

Newburgh Bay

Newburgh Bay is a feature of the Hudson Rivers west bank, located approximately 60 miles north of New York City. It takes its name from the city of Newburgh, New York, for many years the major port on this section of the river. Towns on the bay a ...

Newcomb, New York

Newcomb is a town in Essex County, New York, United States. The population was 436 at the 2010 census. The city is located on the Western border of the County. Its 86 miles 138 km by road southwest of Plattsburgh, 77 miles 124 km southwest of Bur ...

Northern River Street Historic District

The Northern River Street Historic District is located along River Street north of Federal Street, one block east of the Green Island Bridge, in Troy, New York, United States. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, as t ...

Scarborough station (Metro-North)

The Scarborough station is a commuter rail stop on the Metro-North Railroads Hudson Line, located in the Scarborough area of Briarcliff Manor, New York. Trains leave for New York City every hour on weekdays, and about every 25 minutes during rush ...

Storm King Highway

The Storm King Highway is a three-mile segment of New York State Route 218 between Lee Road in the Town of Highlands at the south end and the Cornwall-on-Hudson village line in Orange County, New York, in the United States. It was built in 1916 a ...

U.S. Route 9 in New York

U.S. Route 9 is a part of the U.S. Highway System that runs from Laurel, Delaware, to Champlain, New York. In New York, US 9 extends 324.72 miles from the George Washington Bridge in Manhattan to an interchange with Interstate 87 just south of th ...

U.S. Route 9W

U.S. Route 9W is a north–south U.S. Highway in the states of New Jersey and New York. It begins in Fort Lee, New Jersey, as Fletcher Avenue crosses the US 1–9, US 46, and the Interstate 95 approaches to the George Washington Bridge, and heads nor ...

Attempts to make the Potomac River navigable

A series of projects in the 17th and 18th centuries attempted to make the Potomac River navigable and connect the Ohio River valley and the East Coast. The first project was started by the Potomac Company, but it was the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal ...

Gunston Cove

Gunston Cove is an inlet of the Potomac River, at the confluence of Accotink Creek and Pohick Creek in Northern Virginia. The Cove forms the northern boundary of Mason Neck, once home to the revolutionary hero George Mason and now site of several ...

Mather Gorge

Mather Gorge is a river gorge south and just downriver of Great Falls in the state of Maryland bordering Virginia. The Maryland land side of the gorge is Bear Island, part of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, and the Virgini ...

Packhouse Ford

Packhouse Ford, also known historically as Pack Horse Ford, Blackfords Ford, and Botelers Ford, is a historic crossing point of the Potomac River. It is located about 1 mile east of downtown Shepherdstown, West Virginia and south of Sharpsburg, M ...

Blue Cypress Lake

Blue Cypress Lake, originally called Lake Wilmington, is a lake in Indian River County of the Treasure Coast in Florida. It is the largest lake in the Treasure Coast and Indian River County. It is the headwaters lake of the St. Johns River. The s ...

Lake George State Forest

The Lake George State Forest is a designated protected area and state forest in the U.S. state of Florida. The 21.176-acre forest is located in northwestern Volusia County, Florida, near Lake George and the communities of Pierson, Barberville, an ...

Lake Hell n Blazes

Lake Hell n Blazes, Hellen Blazes or Helen Blazes, is the source of the St. Johns River, located in Brevard County, Florida, United States, about 10 miles southwest of Melbourne. The lake is 260 acres in area, and is at the head of the St. Johns ...

Lake Monroe (Florida)

Lake Monroe is one of the lakes that make up the St. Johns River system. The port city of Sanford is situated along the southern shore, while DeBary and Deltona are located along the northern shore. Two major central Florida roadways that run nea ...

Lake Poinsett (Florida)

Lake Poinsett is a lake in Brevard County, Florida, United States, near Rockledge and Cocoa, with small portions in Orange County and Osceola County. It is the second-largest lake in Brevard County, after Lake Washington, though it is actually th ...

Lake Washington (Florida)

Lake Washington is the largest lake in Brevard County, Florida at 4.362 acres. The lake may have been named for the U.S. Deputy Surveyor Colonel Henry Washington, after he surveyed the area in 1844.

Lake Winder

Lake Winder is a 1.496-acre lake in Brevard County and a small portion lies in Osceola County. The lake was named after U.S. Army Captain Edward Winder. Early in 1838 Winder was assigned to scout the area for Seminoles. He discovered Lake Poinset ...

Puzzle Lake

Puzzle Lake is a lake near Geneva in Seminole County, Florida. It forms the border of Volusia and Seminole counties. It is one of the lakes that make up the St. Johns River system. 1.627 yards north of the lake is the mouth of the tributary, the ...

Sawgrass Lake (Brevard County, Florida)

Sawgrass Lake is a lake in Brevard County, Florida, United States. It is one of the lakes that form the St. Johns River. The lake is usually accessed by boat from a ramp located on U.S. Route 192 on the west shore of the St. Johns River. The lake ...

City Island (Pennsylvania)

City Island is a mile-long island in the Susquehanna River between Harrisburg and Wormleysburg, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is used mainly for leisure and sports activities. Its previous names have included Turkey Island, Maclays Island ...

Conejohela Flats

The Conejohela Flats are a group of islands in the flooded Conejohela Valley, a large floodplain along the southernmost 30 miles of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and Maryland in the United States. The valley was flooded primarily during t ...

List of counties in the Susquehanna River watershed

The Susquehanna River is in the U.S. States of Maryland, Pennsylvania and New York. As of 2000, the Susquehanna drainage basin population was 3.968.635. Its total area is 27.486 square miles, and in 2000 612 square miles were developed, 8.041 squ ...

Garrett Island (Maryland)

Garrett Island is an island located in Cecil County, Maryland, 1.8 miles from the mouth of the Susquehanna River, directly west of Perryville and north of Havre de Grace. It is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as part of the Blackwat ...

Lake Clarke

Lake Clarke in Pennsylvania is a man-made lake along the Susquehanna River formed by the Safe Harbor Dam, a public works project of the 1930s Great Depression and one of the electrification projects of the New Deal. It is approximately 12 miles l ...

Spades Wharf Island

Spades Wharf Island is a small island in the Susquehanna River in Lower Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, near Highspire, Pennsylvania. Near the Harrisburg International Airport, the island itself is part of the Pennsylvania State G ...

Susquehanna Valley (disambiguation)

The Susquehanna Valley is a region of low-lying lands in the U.S. states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland surrounding the Susquehanna River. Susquehanna valley may also refer to: Binghamton metropolitan area. (Бингемтон столичной области) ...

Human Access Project

The group spearheaded the creation of Audrey McCall Beach and Poets Beach, and organizes events such as the Big Float and Mayoral Swim. Human Access Project organized a Valentines Day swim in 2018.

Multnomah Channel

The Multnomah Channel is a 21.5-mile distributary of the Willamette River. It diverges from the main stem a few miles upstream of the main stems confluence with the Columbia River in Multnomah County in the U.S. state of Oregon. The channel flows ...

Oaks Amusement Park

Oaks Park is a small amusement park located 3.5 miles south of downtown Portland, Oregon, United States. The park opened in May 1905 and is one of the oldest continually operating amusement parks in the country. 44 18-hectare Park includes midway ...

Oswego Lake

Oswego Lake is a lake in Clackamas County, Oregon that is completely surrounded by the city of Lake Oswego. Though the lake is naturally occurring, it has been significantly altered because of the concrete dam that has increased its size to 431.7 ...

Shelton Ditch (Oregon)

Shelton Ditch is an artificial canal in Marion County, Oregon, United States. Built in the mid-19th century, it originates from Mill Creek east of Airport Road in Salem, passes through a corner of the Salem main Post Office property, and along th ...