Cuyahoga_mouth

Mouth of the Cuyahoga, Circa 1920.

Cuyahoga_boats

Boats on the Cuyahoga, Circa 1870 from the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History

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West elevation, Furnace A, looking east. - Central Furnaces, 2650 Broadway, east bank of Cuyahoga River, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH

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ELEVATED AND STRAIGHT ON VIEW OF UNDERSIDE OF BRIDGE - Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge, Spanning Cuyahoga River Between Brecksville and Northfield, Brecksville.

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Brookside Park Bridge, Spanning Big Creek and Cleveland Metroparks, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County

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Detail, Furnace D, showing skip cars (center), flanked by two of the furnace stoves. - Central Furnaces, 2650 Broadway, east bank of Cuyahoga River, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County

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WARNER ROAD LANDFILL OPERATION ON MILL CREEK, WHICH FLOWS INTO THE CUYAHOGA RIVER

AERIAL_VIEW_OF_OLD_CARS_SECURED_ALONG_THE_BANK_OF_THE_CUYAHOGA_RIVER_TO_PREVENT_EROSION_AT_JAITE_NORTH_OF_PENINSULA…_-_NARA_-_558062

AERIAL VIEW OF OLD CARS SECURED ALONG THE BANK OF THE CUYAHOGA RIVER TO PREVENT EROSION AT JAITE NORTH OF PENINSULA

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GENERAL VIEW, LOOKING SOUTH, SHOWING THE APPROACH TO THE LOCK CHAMBER - Ohio and Erie Canal, Lock No. 29, On Cuyahoga River, 600 feet north of Main Street (Route 303), Peninsula