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This a view from atop the Mississippi River levee in East Moline Il's "The Quarter". Straight across river (North) is a coal fired generating station, continuing clockwise in foreground is Campbell's Island Il., looking upstream along bike path, and then a slight glimpse to the South of John Deere Harvester Works. In the foreground looking South is the lighthouse design visitor center, a downstream look of bikepath and the river, looking across river to North is Alcoa's Riverdale Plant, and in the foreground along the river is the docking facility for The Channel Cat water taxi, which makes a continuous circuit thru the "Quad Citites" on the river during the summer months.     

Copyright: Kurt Danielsen
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 6000x1838
Taken: 23/08/2012
Uploaded: 25/08/2012
Updated: 05/01/2013


Tags: river; factories; levee; generating station; water taxi; alcoa; john deere harvester; campbell's island; bike path; visitor center; channel cat; quad cities; the quarter"; east moline
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