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Episode 42

Who can tell us what was where the aerial photograph(s) below were taken?
The year that each aerial photo was taken is given in the upper left corner of the photo.
The clues will consist of adding another aerial photo of a later year to the set.


CLUE #1:

The aerial photos are oriented with north-northwest to the right (i.e. west-southwest is up) to
use the computer screen most effectively.

CLUE #2:

CLUE #3:

It is very close to the third worst Superfund Site in the entire nation that served as a waste dump
for Akron rubber companies.




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SOLUTION


It's where Uniontown Sand & Gravel was.

The aerial photo below includes a white rectangle to identify the area in the aerial photos above
and a red polygon to identify the Industrial Excess Landfill (IEL), Superfund Site:

NOTE:
   The IEL Superfund Site, Uniontown, Ohio, U.S. EPA ID: OHD000377911 was investigated, explained,
   and explored in the SOLUTION for Episode 5. That Uniontown toxic waste landfill has been called the third
   worst Superfund Site in the entire nation and served as a waste dump for Akron rubber companies.



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