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Train depot at Frontier Park on the St. Charles riverfront during the flood of 1993.
Satellite image during the flood of 1993 with downtown St. Charles in the lower left hand corner.
Aerial image of the St. Charles riverfront during the flood of 1993.
Frontier Park on September 18, 2008 at a stage of 31.0 feet.
Tecumseh Street on September 18, 2008 at 31.0 feet.
Blanchette Landing benches on September 18, 2008 at 31.0 feet.
Boat ramp at Blachette Landing on September 18, 2008 at 31.0 feet.
Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center and parking lot on September 18, 2008 at 31.0 feet.
Highway 94 westbound just northeast of Defiance on September 17, 2008 with St. Charles near 30.7 ft.
Highway 94 eastbound on September 17, 2008 with the St. Charles gage near 30.7 feet.
Boat ramp and roadside park on September 17, 2008 with the St. Charles gage at 30.7 ft.
Upper sectional staff gage on the Missouri River at St. Charles, ranging from 29.0 to 33.9 feet.
Middle sectional staff gage ranging from 17.0 to 33.2 ft, missing a section from 20.3 to 23.7 ft.
Gaging shelter at the Missouri River at St. Charles, MO on September 30, 2009.
Pressure transducer and data collection platform at the St. Chalres gage.
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