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|The Morning Glory Spillway is considered an uncontrolled spillway which is located about 200 feet behind the Monticello Dam in California. The outside diameter of the hole is 72 feet and tapers down to about 28 feet. It's size enables it to consume 48,400 cubic feet of water every second when needed.||02/07/2008||1,222|
|One of several points along the Military Road where the cliff edge is just getting too close to the road. Combined tidal and weather erosion has already caused this road to be re-routed several times. The road was originally a straight Roman road, the foundations of which can be seen in places in the cliff face.||03/04/2006||836|
|The ancient road of Tibirke is from the Iron Age (500BC - 0) and is 100 meters long and 3 meters wide.|
Under the road was found another road which was dated back to 2800 BC. Pillows for a bridge was found too. That road was 150 meters long.
The road appeared 1943 through turf digging.
Link with photo and Google mapping:
|In a country with not many good roads, here's a new road in hi-res. This road stretches on for over 200 miles. ||01/24/2009||581|
|It's as if they ran out of money while building this road so they just stopped. Cause these cars are driving on dirt, not road...||10/18/2006||882|
|The Chain of Craters road ends here due to lava flows covering the road.||07/29/2007||2,027|
|This is the place where the sleeve to Oasis (What's the story) Morning Glory has been shot!|
I went there 4 years ago... and took a photo to myself!
|South of Franklin, a mile east of Highway 31 on County Road 400S is the grave of Nancy Barnett. And I do mean ON the county road, smack dab in the middle of it. At one time her grave was surrounded by other graves, but a path through the family plot eventually became a road and the other graves were moved. Her son refused to let her grave be disturbed, and at that time it wasnÕt in the way much...||12/20/2006||832|
|A 3 trailer road train in Australia. Check http://outbacktowing.tripod.com/ for cool pictures of road trains.||08/09/2006||617|
|Active stand alone sport car road courses. This file does not include road courses that are part of oval tracks (i.e. Daytona, Homestead, etc.)||09/27/2008||1,387|
|The road to the village of Sa Calobra overpowers some hundred meters from the mountains to the sea with the help of many zigzags. Highlight of this road is a 360°-turn. The remarkable road was built around 1932 under large strains. At that time it was considered as genuine wonderwork of engineers work.||08/03/2005||507|
|I'm surprised this hasn't been noticed before due to its Proximity of such a famous landmark, but this road next to the Golden Gate Bridge is very bumpy. Terrain error right next to the bridge causes the land to jut up and the road look unnatural.||09/05/2007||1,586|