• Go west, young man.
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  • A Johnson Creek diverted partly underground on the west side of the Willamette River in Portland has no relationship to the Johnson Creek on the east side.
  • Wikipedia: Johnson Creek (Willamette River)
  • About 660 feet (200 m) of subsidence has occurred within a ring fracture system centered on Pumice Valley west of the chamber in the last 700,000 years.
  • Wikipedia: Mono–Inyo Craters
  • After Ojibwe title to the Red River Valley had been extinguished on the United States side of the Canadian border by the Treaty of Old Crossing in 1863, steamboat service was revived on the Red River, and railways were built west from Saint Paul and Duluth, Minnesota on Lake Superior.
  • Wikipedia: Red River Trails
  • As signed, NY 22 comes to an end upon intersecting US 11; however, it officially overlaps with US 11 west to Hemmingford Road, where it turns north to follow Hemmingford Road north to the Canadian border.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 22
  • At the same time, M-46 was realigned to extend south down the freeway to Cedar Springs and west to replace M-57 west of Rockford.
  • Wikipedia: U.S. Route 131
  • Beaches at Lugos, about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) west of Lorengau were chosen in preference to those nearer Lorengau, which were known to be heavily defended.
  • Wikipedia: Admiralty Islands campaign
  • CCC Camp S-125-Pa (Elimsport) was located 15 miles (24 km) west of Allenwood along the creek, between the Third and Fourth Gaps.
  • Wikipedia: White Deer Hole Creek
  • Construction is also underway to widen Highway 401 to a collector-express system from Highway 403 and Highway 410 west to Hurontario Street, a distance of 2.8 km (1.7 mi).
  • Wikipedia: Ontario Highway 401
  • Directly to the west and above the Grand Coulee Dam, the North Dam was constructed.
  • Wikipedia: Grand Coulee Dam
  • During the late Cretaceous, a volcanic arc west of the region deposited fine grained ash that later formed into bentonite, an important mineral resource.
  • Wikipedia: Grand Teton National Park
  • Hamersley is both socially and geographically between the safe Liberal suburbs west of the Mitchell Freeway such as Carine, Duncraig and North Beach, and the safe Labor suburbs east of Wanneroo Road such as Balga and Girrawheen.
  • Wikipedia: Hamersley, Western Australia
  • Having received intelligence information that the Japanese were planning a large surprise offensive somewhere on Guadalcanal, Vandegrift ordered all the Marine units west of the Matanikau to disengage and return to the east side of the river, which was accomplished by the evening of 9 October.
  • Wikipedia: Actions along the Matanikau
  • He also built a three-storied tower on the west end of the palace, which he used for his personal apartments.
  • Wikipedia: Windsor Castle
  • Hellgate, 27 miles (43 km) long, begins at the confluence of the Rogue and Applegate rivers about 7 miles (11 km) west of Grants Pass.
  • Wikipedia: Rogue River (Oregon)
  • However, there is also a Turkey Path from Colton Point State Park on the west rim of the gorge down to a point on Pine Creek just upstream of the end of this trail.
  • Wikipedia: Leonard Harrison State Park
  • In 1890, the railroad, now known as the Great Northern Railway, started building tracks through the mountains west to Seattle.
  • Wikipedia: History of Minnesota
  • In the 1940s it bought out a number of other firms of funeral directors, particularly those catering for the expanding and prosperous suburbs of south west London within easy reach of Brookwood by road.
  • Wikipedia: London Necropolis Company
  • In the meantime, the Japanese 17th Army withdrew to the west coast of Guadalcanal while rear guard units checked the American offensive.
  • Wikipedia: Guadalcanal Campaign
  • In Waterford, US 9W merged with US 9E and continued north as US 9 to Mechanicville, where US 9 turned west onto modern NY 67.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 32
  • It is entered through the portico added to the west front of the country house in 1886 by way of a pair of arched doorways in Norman style.
  • Wikipedia: Norton Priory
  • Leading elements of the 2nd Division reached the 17th Army headquarters area at Kokumbona, west of the Matanikau on 4 November.
  • Wikipedia: Battle for Henderson Field
  • Major roughly north—south trending faults that cross the canyon are (from west to east), the Grand Wash, Hurricane and Toroweap.
  • Wikipedia: Geology of the Grand Canyon area
  • Monument 157 is a large andesite rock on the west side of the Nima stream, on the San Isidro plantation.
  • Wikipedia: Takalik Abaj
  • Oklahoma holds eleven public regional universities, including Northeastern State University, the second-oldest institution of higher education west of the Mississippi River, also containing the only College of Optometry in Oklahoma and the largest enrollment of Native American students in the nation by percentage and amount.
  • Wikipedia: Oklahoma
  • On the west side of the watershed, the Peninsula Crossing Trail connects Willamette Cove on the Willamette River in St.
  • Wikipedia: Columbia Slough
  • Running due east–west through the west side suburbs, I-90 turns northeast at the junction with and I-490, and is known as the Innerbelt through downtown.
  • Wikipedia: Cleveland