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Shore erosion with automobile debris along the Lake Erie shoreline east of the Chagrin River, Lake County, Ohio. The image was taken by Charles H. Carter in July 1973.
Shore erosion with automobile debris along the Lake Erie shoreline at Lake Road east of Painesville-on-the-Lake in Painesville Township, Lake County, Ohio. The image was taken by David K. Webb on May 27, 1970.
Debris, including automobiles, along the Lake Erie shoreline at Painesville-on-the-Lake in Painesville Township, Lake County, Ohio. A sewer outfall drain is contributing to the shore erosion. A protected point is shown in the background of the image. The image was taken by David K. Webb on May 27, 1970.
Shore erosion with automobile debris along the Lake Erie shoreline east of Painesville Township Park near Painesville, Lake County, Ohio. The image was taken by Charles H. Carter in May 1973.
Shore erosion with debris along the Lake Erie shoreline at Lake Road east of Painesville-on-the-Lake in Painesville Township, Lake County, Ohio. The original roadway has been eroded and undercut. The damaged portion of Lake Road is shown closed and rerouted adjacent to the original roadway.The image was taken by David K. Webb on May 27, 1970.
A filled shaft at the abandoned Mahoning Coal Company No. 4 slope mine near Coalburg in Hubbard Township, Trumbull County, Ohio. The Mahoning Coal Company No. 4 mine was part of the Sharon (No. 1) coal subsurface mining operation in the Vienna-Coalburg area. The dump had been largely removed, but water seeps and timbers of the shaft along with a large glacial boulder were still visible at the opening to the mine. The area of the mine has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, underclay, coal and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken during the summer field work of James Osborn Fuller and Myron T. Sturgeon in July 1941.
Shore erosion with debris along the Lake Erie shoreline at Lake Road east of Painesville-on-the-Lake in Painesville Township, Lake County, Ohio. The roadway has been eroded and a house in the background has been undercut to the point of toppling. The image was taken by David K. Webb on May 27, 1970.


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