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Fall Creek Lake

Fall Creek Lake is a reservoir in Lane County, in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is about 22 miles southeast of Eugene on Fall Creek, immediately upstream from Unity Bridge, a covered bridge. The communities of Unity, at the bridge site, and Lowell ...

Fall River Lake

Construction of the dam was started on May 9, 1946. The embankment closure was completed on August 12, 1948, and the conservation pool was filled on June 9, 1949. The project was completed for full flood control operation in April 1949.

Harlan County Reservoir

The Harlan County Reservoir includes a dam and a reservoir of 13.250 acres located in Harlan County in south-central Nebraska. Its southernmost part extends into northern Phillips County, Kansas. The reservoir is formed by a dam constructed by th ...

Hop Brook Lake

Hop Brook Lake is spread over three communities in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. These communities are Naugatuck, Middlebury, and Waterbury. A dam was created across Hop Brook in Naugatuck and the lake that was created is known as ...

Lake O the Pines

Lake O’ the Pines is a reservoir on Big Cypress Bayou, also known as Big Cypress Creek, chiefly in Marion County, Texas, USA. The reservoir also occupies a small part of Upshur and Morris Counties. The dam is located approximately 8.5 miles west ...

Lake Whitney (Texas)

Lake Whitney is a flood control reservoir on the main stem of the Brazos River in Texas. It is located on River Mile Marker 442 and controls drainage for 17.656 square miles of Texas and parts of New Mexico. The reservoir encompasses a surface ar ...

Milford Lake

Milford Lake, also known as Milford Reservoir, is the largest man-made lake in Kansas with 15.700 acres of water. Over 33.000 acres of land resources are managed for quality recreational experiences as well as for protection of the project’s natu ...

Nimrod Lake

Nimrod Lake is a reservoir in western Arkansas, created by the construction of the Nimrod Dam. It is the oldest Corps of Engineers project in Arkansas, and was completed in 1942 on the Fourche LaFave River.

Perry Lake (Kansas)

Perry Lake is a US Army Corps of Engineers operated reservoir in northeast Kansas. Its primary purposes are flood control, water reserve for nearby areas and regional recreation. The lake is approximately 11.150 acres in size, with over 160 miles ...

Rathbun Lake

Rathbun Lake was constructed and is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Located at Chariton River mile marker 142, approximately 7 miles north of Centerville, Iowa, in Appanoose County, it is one of the largest lakes in Iowa. The lake w ...

Sardis Lake (Mississippi)

For the lake of the same name in Oklahoma, see Sardis Lake Oklahoma. Sardis Lake is a 98.520-acre reservoir on the Little Tallahatchie River in Lafayette, Panola, and Marshall counties, Mississippi. Sardis Lake is impounded by Sardis Dam, located ...

Saylorville Lake

Saylorville Lake is a reservoir on the Des Moines River in Iowa, United States. It is located 11 miles upstream from the city of Des Moines, and 214 miles from the mouth of the Des Moines River at the Mississippi River. It was constructed as part ...

Steinhagen Reservoir

B A Steinhagen Reservoir is located near the town of Jasper, Texas in the east Texas Piney Woods at 30.85 North Latitude and 94.19 West Longitude. The borders of Tyler County and Jasper County are defined by the bed of the Neches River, and there ...

Tuttle Creek Lake

Tuttle Creek Lake is a reservoir on the Big Blue River 5 miles north of Manhattan, in the Flint Hills region of northeast Kansas. It was built and is operated by the Army Corps of Engineers for the primary purpose of flood control. Secondary func ...

Lake Wappapello

Lake Wappapello is a reservoir on the St. Francis River, formed by Wappapello Dam. Created in 1941, this 8.400-acre lake is located 120 miles south of St. Louis, Missouri. The reservoir lies mostly in Wayne County, but its southernmost reaches ex ...

Great Lakes and Ohio River Division

The United States Army Corps of Engineers Great Lakes and Ohio River Division is one of the eight permanent divisions of the Army organization, providing civil works and military water resource services/infrastructure. It also supports economical ...

North Atlantic Division

The North Atlantic Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one of the eight permanent divisions within the Corps. Made up of roughly 3.500 employees in six districts and a Division headquarters, the North Atlantic Division is a major subo ...

Northwestern Division

The United States Army Corps of Engineers Northwestern Division is one of the eight permanent divisions of the Army organization, providing civil works and military water resource services/infrastructure. It also supports economically viable and ...

South Atlantic Division

The United States Army Corps of Engineers South Atlantic Division is one of the eight permanent divisions of the Army organization, providing civil works and military water resource services/infrastructure. lolIt also supports economically viable ...

Southwestern Division

The United States Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division is one of the eight permanent divisions of the Army organization, providing civil works and military water resource services and infrastructure. It also supports economically viable ...

Atwood Lake

Atwood Lake is a reservoir located in Tuscarawas and Carroll counties in east central Ohio. The lake is formed by Atwood Dam 40°31′36″N 81°17′5″W across Indian Fork, a tributary of Conotton Creek. The lake is named for the community of Atwood 40° ...

Charles Mill Lake

Charles Mill is a reservoir located in central Ohio near the junction of State Routes 430 and 603. Charles Mill Lake is a quiet and enjoyable place for boating, camping, fishing, hunting, or hiking. The lake is located in both Richland County and ...

Leesville Lake (Ohio)

Leesville Lake is a reservoir located near Ohio State Route 212 and Leesville, Ohio. The lake is formed by Leesville Dam 40°28′6″N 81°11′41″W across McGuire Creek, a tributary of Conotton Creek. The lake is named for the village of Leesville. The ...

North Fork Pound Reservoir

North Fork Pound Reservoir is a reservoir in Wise County, Virginia. It was impounded from the North Fork of Pound River in 1966 by the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

Pleasant Hill Lake

Pleasant Hill Lake is a 783-acre man made lake located near Perrysville and between Ashland and Richland counties in Ohio. Completed in 1936, Pleasant Hill Dam was built on the Clear Fork of the Mohican River. The dam which forms the lake is a 11 ...

Tappan Lake

Tappan Lake, also known as Tappan Reservoir, is a reservoir in Harrison County, Ohio, United States. The lake covers 2.350 acres 9.5 km 2 of water and 5.000 acres 20 km 2 of surrounding land, as part of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy Distric ...

Crooked Creek Lake Recreation Area

Crooked Creek Lake Recreation Area is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers administered site surrounding Crooked Creek Lake in Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The reservoir was created by the construction of the Crooked Creek Dam, a ...

East Branch Clarion River Lake

East Branch Clarion River Lake, or East Branch Lake is a reservoir at Elk State Park in Elk County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by damming the East Branch of the Clarion River. Constr ...

Block Island Wind Farm

Block Island Wind Farm is the first commercial offshore wind farm in the United States, located 3.8 miles from Block Island, Rhode Island in the Atlantic Ocean. The five-turbine, 30 MW project was developed by Deepwater Wind. Construction began i ...

Delaware Offshore Wind Farm

The Delaware Offshore Wind Farm was a proposed offshore wind farm project, to be situated off the Delaware coast. It is one of many major off-shore wind farms that have been proposed on the East Coast of the United States. Other similar projects ...

Ocean Wind

Ocean Wind is a proposed utility-scale offshore wind farm to be located on the Outer Continental Shelf approximately 15 miles off the coast of Atlantic City, New Jersey. It is being developed by Orsted US Offshore Wind in conjunction with Public ...

Skipjack Wind Farm

Skipjack is a 120 MW capacity off shore wind farm, proposed by Orsted US Offshore Wind to be built on the Outer Continental Shelf Offshore Delaware, approximately 16.9 nautical miles-19.5 miles from the coast opposite Fenwick Island. It is projec ...

Wind turbine installation vessel

A wind turbine installation vessel is a vessel specifically designed for the installation of offshore wind turbines. Similar to a jackup rig it is self-elevating. To enable quick relocation in the wind farm it is self-propelled. It also has a sle ...

Anna Livia Bridge

The Anna Livia Bridge, formerly Chapelizod Bridge, is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey in Chapelizod, Dublin, Ireland and joining the Lucan Road to Chapelizod Road.

Broom Bridge

Broom Bridge, also called Broome Bridge, and sometimes Brougham Bridge, is a bridge along Broombridge Road which crosses the Royal Canal in Cabra, Dublin, Ireland. Broome Bridge is named after William Broome, one of the directors of the Royal Can ...

Liffey Railway Bridge

The Liffey Railway Bridge is a rail bridge spanning the River Liffey near Heuston railway station in Dublin in Ireland. It is a wrought iron box truss structure, and joins lines from Heuston Station to Connolly Station through the Phoenix Park Tu ...

London Bridge (Dublin)

The London Bridge is a bridge over the River Dodder in Dublin. The current bridge was opened in 1857 with an unknown engineer designing the structure. A previous bridge was built at some point between 1798 and 1837 based on historical maps of Dub ...

Marnan Bridge

Marnan Bridge is a historical bridge in Isfahan, Iran. The current structure of the bridge dates back to the Safavid era, but its foundations are older and possibly as old as the Shahrestan bridge, which dates back to the Sasanian era

Napier Mole Bridge

Napier Mole Bridge is located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. This bridge connected Karachi port to the city. It is an iron bridge which connects Keamari with the city of Karachi. It was renamed as Jinnah Bridge.

Segovia Viaduct

The Segovia Viaduct is a viaduct in the La Latina neighborhood in Madrid, Spain. Throughout the centuries the area has been a major crossroad. The bridges main function has been to facilitate access between the town and the Royal Palace of Madrid ...

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