Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Four O'Clock Factoid: See the Water for the Park

Four O'Clock Factoid is a daily feature on Track Twenty-Nine helping to get you through the workday with a bit of useless knowledge.

Tom McCall Waterfront Park is a park in Portland, Oregon named after a former governor. The park replaced Harbor Drive, the construction of which in 1940 cut downtown off from the Willamette River. Governor McCall set in motion the removal of the freeway and the creation of a park in its stead.

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