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SouthWest Freeway and 9th Street
Washington, DC

This is the beginning of another test for overlaying a geo-synced image of the entrance to Notley Young's Plantation in 1790.  Young's driveway ran right across this expressway at a diagonal towards Banneker Park and the Potomac River.

Copyright: Imaging Research Center, Umbc
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Uploadet: 09/06/2011
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