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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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This memorial is in honor of persons who died of work related injuries. It was dedicated on September 07, 1992 by the Niagara-Orleans Centeral Labor Council AFL-CIO.

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A view of the New York Power Authority Lewiston Reservoir.

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For more information on Bond Lake Park visit Niagara County Bond Lake.

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This is the Second Widest Bridge in the World !!! (Short by Six Inches). It is Located just East of Route NY 78 (Transit Road) on NY Route 31 (Main Street, Lockport, NY), just 1 of the 4 Streets and many Parking Spaces, the exist on top. If YOU Drive Over the Bridge, on NY 31, Main St., It is Sooooo Wide, you may not even realize that you've crossed it, and GET this you've crossed it Diagonally !!!

CSMGJ has 3 Great pictures here, CHECK THEM OUT. CSMGJ is standing on the Erie Canal Wall, that Photo is looking West. This Bridge Pic is from the same spot, looking East. Both are taken above a Culvert. The Oak Orchard Creek (River) runs under the Historic Erie Canal here. In this Pic, just to the Photographers Left and down, the Oak Orchard Plunges over Medina Falls into Lake Glenwood, to the North. The Culvert and Canal Wall are inches out of frame in the Medina Falls Pic. If you ZOOM in on Google Maps and take the Photos out you can clearly see the Oak Orchard pass under the Erie Canal and enter a Deep Gorge with the Medina Falls. Just 2 miles to the East is another Culvert under the Historic Erie Canal. At this Culvert YOU can Drive Under the Erie Canal, as Boats Sail above you. Think about this if you go there, it was Built in 1823.....

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A view of Taughannock Falls from the overlook.

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A view of the North Grand Island Briges over the Niagara River.

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