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2010 Flood, Belmont and Arlington, Massachusetts

March 25, 2010

I took a few pictures on the final day of the rain, and a few more the next day. The Arlington reservoir overflowed down the Minuteman Trail bike path, and tore it up somewhat.Flooded train tracks at the Waverley MBTA commuter rail stop.

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Beaver Brook Park, looking out over the bridge.

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Something out there was blowing air and water, no idea what

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Standing, briefly, on the bridge in the previous photo, looking downstream.

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Trapelo Road, now part of Beaver Brook

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Beaver Brook, at the upper bridge in the park. Not exactly safe.

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The hill, in Belmont, is leaking.
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Wet, with sand from when it was even wetter.

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Washout, along the trail, since repaired with rock and sand fill.

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Overflow and washout, below the Park Avenue bridge.

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More overflow and washout, just below the bridge.

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More washout and overflow, above the bridge.

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Water flowing down the path.

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Stream/ditch overflowing into the path.

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Repair and hazard cones, on the way.

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Wet path, with reflection and bridge, near Trader Joe’s.

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Would you cross this bridge?

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