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North American cities with toll beltways and bypasses

This list provided below identifies those toll roads/turnpikes that serve as beltways and bypass in of cities in North America. For purposes of this post, tolled bridges, causeways, and tunnels are not included unless they are part of a larger … Continue reading

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Geography of North America’s Current Underground Salt Mines

Below is a listing of the currently operating underground salt mines of North America. Underground mines are primarily used for excavating rock salt. As is evident from the details provided, the majority of these underground mines are enormous in size, … Continue reading

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Rail transit north and south of the border

Below are some interesting data on North American rail transit systems operating outside the United States in Canada, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. They are listed by annual ridership (as of 2012, except Xochimilco). As is obvious from … Continue reading

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Chinatown gates of North and Central America

While traveling in Northern California back in August of this year, some of the most interesting┬áplaces we visited were related to Chinese-American history. These included an 1863┬áChinese Temple in Oroville and the Chinese-American Historical Society Museum in San Francisco (see … Continue reading

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