The railroad yard and parking lots that separated Providence's downtown from the Capital Center were locally referred to as a "Chinese wall." This 1983 view shows how the government offices were isolated from the rest of Providence by both these elements and Interstate 95 to the west.
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Aerial photography in city planning-- Rhode Island-- Providence; Urban renewal-- Rhode Island-- Providence; City planning-- Rhode Island-- Providence; Land use, Urban-- Rhode Island-- Providence; Rhode Island State House (Providence, R.I.); Capital Center (Providence, R.I.); United States Highway 95 (Providence, R.I.); Providence, R.I. -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Urban Development -- Rhode Island -- Providence;
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Smolski, Chester, "Rhode Island State House, Government Offices" (1983). Browse All. 25.
aerial, capital city, state house, railroads, Chinese Wall