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From Spring Garden Street Bridge
Philadelphia

A view of Philadelphia from the Spring Garden Street Bridge on the Schuylkill River.  Downstream, the skyscrapers along JFK Boulevard; to the West, a complex of railways and highways spanning 125 years; upstream, Boathouse Row above the dam and the 18th century Waterworks below; to the East, the Philadelphia Museaum of Art.

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Uploaded: 24/12/2012
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