This aerial shows I-95 in the left-center and Allens Avenue at right-center heading north into downtown. Lining the western bank of Providence Harbor is the industrial waterfront which until recently had been “long-overlooked” despite its historic role as the source Providence’s original prosperity. Today it stands as one of only two deep-water ports in New England, and one of the busiest multimodal facilities for international and domestic distribution.
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Aerial photography in land use -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Land use, Urban -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Providence, R.I. -- Buildings, structures, etc.; United States Highway 95 (Providence, R.I.)
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Smolski, Chet, "Port of Providence" (1978). Browse All. 103.
aerial; Port of Providence; Providence;