Hi, this is a picture of the original USGS gage house that was used to monitor the flow and water level of the river. Original USGS gage houses were constructed like this before the smaller aluminum box-type shelters were used (such as the one at the end of the old bridge now). This original structure has been removed and is no longer there.
Hi. Those are great pictures you have taken. The USGS gage at the end of the old bridge actually monitors the flow and water level of the river. The COE is required to maintain a minimum of 5,000 ft3/s out of the Dam. This gage is used by them to make sure they are keeping up with the requirements. There is also a rain gage at the end of the bridge.
Splendid picture, well done shot! I voted for this photo on the contest.And like, of course!
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very nice scenery, beautiful photo - like and voted
Built 1895, closed 1995, reactived 2007.
Very nice shot!
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For whatever it is worth, the property was eventually sold, the house torn down (the pool remaining) and plans were made to build a new home. But when the housing market went bust, those plans were put on hold indefinitely and the property remains vacant as of this writing.