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In 1991 I initiated the Western New York Waterfall Survey. Its purpose is to catalog all of the falls in the western half of New York State.

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A view of the Niagara River Gorge. You are looking to the northeast.

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A view of the Ice Bridge at Niagara Falls on Feb. 07, 2009.

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Upper Twin Falls is 12 feet high and has a 10 foot wide crest.

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A view along the South Branch of Cattaraugus Creek.

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Built in 1856, the 200 foot long by 12 foot wide limestone bridge spans Conesus Creek.

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A view near the start of the Whirlpool Rapids during low water.

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Glen Falls is located in Glen Park on Ellicott Creek. The falls it 27 feet (8 m) high and 76 feet (23 m) wide. The falls faces to the north.

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A view from the Main St. Bridge over Ellicott Creek in Willimsville, NY.

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A view of the American Falls from below Terrapin Point. Taken on November 28, 2008.

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The road to the Robert Moses Power Plant.

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