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Notes on the Geography of Oklahoma: Oklahoma City: Water, Rail, Road: Photo 1

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We're looking at the ponded river. The tributary is the distal end of the man-made Bricktown canal. The building to its right is a boat house for sculls; the pyramids in the background are part of the Producer's Cooperative cottonseed-oil mill, which opened about 1900 and closed in 2015. The co-op's owners opened a mill 100 miles to the west, in Altus, and entered negotiations to sell their 27 acres here to investors who planned to build the usual stuff, plus a soccer stadium.

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