Sunday, 18 July 2004
Quiet Christmas In Niagara Falls
CREDIT: © Nathan W. Perry/EmpireStateRoads.com
WHERE: Niagara Falls, New York, USA WHAT: interstate I-90 interchange.
MAP: Niagara Falls. Thumbnail pops-up source page.
Recently we stumbled across the work of Jürgen Koslowski when following some 'LaSalle' research. Happenstance is one of the joys of research, though we do find ourselves in some odd places; sometimes in very unusual company. Yes, that kind of site occasionally, too, though not by choice. The web is such a wonderfully diverse place, and today we visit yet one more research cul-de-sac, or rather a gigantic road traffic interchange in this case. To WetRoads.co.uk, another eccentric favorite of ours, we now add EmpireStateRoads.com - a web site dedicated to the highways of the State of New York.
One of the site's special features is Interchange of the Week. Our thumbnail choice was from Week 13: I-190, LaSalle Arterial & Robert Moses Parkway, Niagara Falls. Christmas Day 2000, and all was quiet on the interchange, not all that surprisingly. From here I-90 heads north, before the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge turns westward into Canada: check out the map link in this item's header for picture links to the three bridges around Niagara Falls, which link the United States and Canada.
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Jules Laforgue (1860-1887)
"Ah! que la vie est quotidienne."
Oh, what a day-to-day business life is.
'Complainte sur certains ennuis' (1885)