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Have to take your word for it, I couldn't find it. I was surprised this is the only photo of the area so I will post a slightly different view of what I think is the same area.

Tank you very much for your visits Best wishes , Farid

I used to work for the Roseburg District BLM. On this day I was conducting surveys at the end of this road on public land.

i think there is a river there, regards to you

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Farid, does this look like it can be where the above photo was taken;

I appreciate the person who pointed out this photo was placed in the wrong location. It can be very frustrating trying to correctly post photos when the people approving the location seem to arbitrarily relocate it.

Okay this is very clearly Cashmere Washington, if you go to Google earth drop your point of view into street view along the Freeway north of town you will see that the hills in the back ground are virtually identical to this view, further i can find no reference in McArthur or GNIS data base to any place name of any sort, let alone a populated place in Oregon. If this caption was provided by the Library of Congress it may have come from someone who doesn't realize Oregon and Washington are now two separate states, after all it's only been about 150 years.

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