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Middle River (Iowa)
... The Middle River is a tributary of the Des Moines River in south-central Iowa in the United States ... Via the Des Moines River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River ... The Middle River rises in southwestern Guthrie County and initially flows southeastwardly through Adair County, then eastwardly through Madison County, then ...
Steamboats Of The Columbia River - Railway Completion Forces Steamboats Off Routes
... This left the middle Columbia expensive to navigate because of the need to surmount two portages on the way upriver ... started bringing its boats down to the lower river from the middle and upper stages, with the strategy of forcing patrons to use its railroads rather than its steamboats ... Harvest Queen was taken over Celilo Falls in 1881 from the upper to the middle river under the command of captain Troup ...
Maryland Route 150
... MD 150 connects Baltimore with its southeastern suburbs of Dundalk, Essex, and Middle River ... MD 150 was constructed from Baltimore to Middle River and in Chase in the mid-1920s ... The road was completed through Middle River in the early 1930s ...
Middle River, Nova Scotia
... Middle River is a small community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Victoria County on Cape Breton Island ...
List Of Communities In Victoria County, Nova Scotia - Trunk Routes
... Anns - North River Bridge - Tarbotvale - Indian Brook - North Shore - Breton Cove - French River - Skir Dhu - Birch Plain - Wreck Cove - Ingonish Ferry - Ingonish Beach - Ingonish- South Harbour - Cape North ...

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