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6.18.2015

What Road Is That And Which Direction Are We Looking?


New spillway footage:


A look at the water being discharged from the Lake Bridgeport Spillway.
Posted by TRWD - Tarrant Regional Water District on Thursday, June 18, 2015

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not sure what road.

I'd say we're looking down.

Anonymous said...

Looks like Hwy 51 from West to East--Boyd in background

Anonymous said...

Appears to be the Mekong Delta. I'm having a flashback about going upriver.

DF Capt Benjamin Willard

Anonymous said...

Looks like the upper left is where Hwy 51 crosses the railroad tracks. The camera facing west with the actual river on the right side just out of the frame.

Triple Fake... said...

I love the smell of nopal in the morning...nothing else in the world smells like that!

Triple Fake LtCol Bill Kilgore
(Oh, and Chuy don't surf!)

Anonymous said...

Thanks to man made global warming, lake Bridgeport will never be full again.

Anonymous said...

Datta lotta watta...

Anonymous said...

It's the Southwest corner looking Northeast from the west bank just South of the East side of the spillway.

Anonymous said...

That is the road from 51 to 114 right outside of Decatur past the dump

DF Billie Joe McAllister said...

That's the Tallahatchie Bridge there in the upper middle.

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

That is FM 51. The bridge in the center is the first bridge located 1 mile north of Hwy 114. It there for flooding situation like is currently occurring. To the right of the picture is another bridge where FM51 actually crosses the Trinity itself.

The view point is to the ESE of the first Bridge. You are looking towards the West, with Paradise on the horizon.

Anonymous said...

Thanks to man made global warming, lake Bridgeport will never be full again. - 2:55 PM

Sure it will, it will just be called the Gulf of Mexico after the polar caps melt.

Anonymous said...

Triple Fake, I like your snark. Well played! A definite 8.2 on style.

DF The East German Judge

Anonymous said...

"Paradise on the horizon"

That is some poetry right there!

Anonymous said...

I would say that is the road to Perdition as it seems to be paved with good intentions.


DF Cistercian abbot Saint Bernard of Clairvaux

Anonymous said...

Or it could be the football field and upper school parking lot...

DF Abbot Peter O.C. Ardere et Lucere