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Newburgh Conservation Area85 viewsApr 30, 2010
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Newburgh Conservation Area82 viewsApr 30, 2010
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Newburgh Conservation Area90 viewsApr 30, 2010
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Newburgh Conservation Area82 viewsApr 30, 2010
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Newburgh Conservation Area82 viewsApr 30, 2010
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Newburgh Conservation Area102 viewsApr 30, 2010
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Newburgh Conservation Area110 viewsAug 25, 2009
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Newburgh Conservation Area87 viewsThe two small waterfalls are a highlight of any visit to this site. There are two long, low waterfalls each forming steps in the river that are less than 1m high and about 15-20m wide. The Napanee River flows swiftly over the flat limestone and has removed all but the largest blocks from the river bed.Jul 17, 2009
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Newburgh Conservation Area95 viewsThe two small waterfalls are a highlight of any visit to this site. There are two long, low waterfalls each forming steps in the river that are less than 1m high and about 15-20m wide. The Napanee River flows swiftly over the flat limestone and has removed all but the largest blocks from the river bed.Jul 17, 2009
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Newburgh Conservation Area87 viewsThe two small waterfalls are a highlight of any visit to this site. There are two long, low waterfalls each forming steps in the river that are less than 1m high and about 15-20m wide. The Napanee River flows swiftly over the flat limestone and has removed all but the largest blocks from the river bed.Jul 17, 2009
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Newburgh Conservation Area110 viewsThe two small waterfalls are a highlight of any visit to this site. There are two long, low waterfalls each forming steps in the river that are less than 1m high and about 15-20m wide. The Napanee River flows swiftly over the flat limestone and has removed all but the largest blocks from the river bed.Jul 17, 2009
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Newburgh Conservation Area107 viewsThe two small waterfalls are a highlight of any visit to this site. There are two long, low waterfalls each forming steps in the river that are less than 1m high and about 15-20m wide. The Napanee River flows swiftly over the flat limestone and has removed all but the largest blocks from the river bed.Jul 17, 2009
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