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Snapshots

  1. Flags: USA and Army Corps

    Snapshot Title: Flags: USA and Army Corps
    Taken by: Richard Drew

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    Flags: USA and Army Corps



  2. 3 Geese

    Snapshot Title: 3 Geese
    Taken by: Jean Faucher

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    Stopping for a bath while heading north.



  3. Sign of the Leaf

    Snapshot Title: Sign of the Leaf
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    Marijuana graffito



  4. Take off

    Snapshot Title: Take off
    Taken by: Mac Daddy

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    take off



  5. I'll be darned

    Snapshot Title: I'll be darned
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    here's the graffiti from my Kurth Grain Elevator GigaPan



  6. Driftwood

    Snapshot Title: Driftwood
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    In Spring, a serious amount of water flows through here.



  7. "Witch's Hat" water tower

    Snapshot Title: "Witch's Hat" water tower
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    In the Prospect Park neighborhood, it is on the highest point of land in Minneapolis.



  8. Mill Ruins Park

    Snapshot Title: Mill Ruins Park
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    More an area than a park, Mill Ruins Park comprises the Mill City Museum and the foundations of several former water mills.



  9. Guthrie Theater

    Snapshot Title: Guthrie Theater
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    Showing the 178-foot cantilevered "Endless Bridge" which provides great views of the river and St. Anthony Main area. See gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=25023



  10. Stone Arch Bridge

    Snapshot Title: Stone Arch Bridge
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    This bridge was architecturally daring when it opened in 1883. Built by railroad baron James J. Hill as a railroad bridge, it curves across the river to provide rail access to the old Great Northern D...



  11. Bikers

    Snapshot Title: Bikers
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

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  12. Warning sign

    Snapshot Title: Warning sign
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

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  13. I-35W bridge

    Snapshot Title: I-35W bridge
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    This bridge replaced the one that collapsed on August 1, 2007.



  14. Mill City Museum

    Snapshot Title: Mill City Museum
    Taken by: Tom Nelson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    The Washburn 'A' Mill was once the most efficient flour mill in the world. It was nearly destroyed by fire in 1991. The city stabilized the ruins and built the Mill City Museum inside them, dedicated ...



  15. Recumbent . .

    Snapshot Title: Recumbent . .
    Taken by: Fraser Anderson

    Image: Upper St. Anthony Locks, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Image Owner: Tom Nelson



    Description:

    Wonder if his pedals are bent?