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Milwaukee Riverwalk
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A dreary winter day along the Milwaukee Riverwalk, in downtown Milwaukee. The Water Street bridge was once the most traveled point in the state. Scattered along the bridge and walkway are small statues dedicated to Gertie the Duck and her brood.

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Uploadet: 18/01/2010
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Tags: milwaukee; water; river; riverwalk; downtown; wisconsin
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