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Southwest view of lake tower with a lake elevation of 554.95 feet on April 14, 2008.
West view of lake tower with a lake elevation of 554.95 feet on April 14, 2008.
Northeast view of lake tower with a lake elevation of 554.95 feet on April 14, 2008.
North view of lake with an elevation of 554.95 feet on April 14, 2008.
East view of Lake at 554.95 feet through emergency spillway.
Looking away from dam in far northeast part of the emergency spillway.
Looking southeast at the lake full marker in the emergency spillway..
Looking northwest at the lake full marker in the emergency spillway..
Looking towards the dam at far southwest part of the emergency spillway.
Lowest spot of the emergency spillway.
Water through emergency spillway returns to Salt Creek this way.
April 6, 2008. Paynetown SRA. Lake pool 554.94 feet. SR 446 far right background. Credit: A Brooks.
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