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Rocky Ridge.
Cleft Ridge Span, Prospect Park.
Wissahickon Lane, above Ridge Ave.
Front of Buck Ridge Breaker.
On the Wissahickon above Ridge Ave.
Festoon border, Ridge Hill farms.
View on the Wissahickon at Ridge Ave.
Drift mouth, Buck Ridge Breaker.
Plain Buck Ridge Breaker.
Front of Buck Ridge.
The Blue Ridge, from James River, Va.
Cleft Ridge Span, distant view.
Wissahickon Lane, above Ridge Ave.
Front of Buck Ridge.
Marquette from Ridge Street.
Plain Buck Ridge Breaker.
View on the Wissahickon at Ridge Ave.
On the Wissahickon above Ridge Ave.
Cleft Ridge Span, distant view.
Front of Buck Ridge Breaker.
Festoon border, Ridge Hill farms.
Marquette from Ridge St., bluff.
Marquette from Ridge Street.
Front of Buck Ridge Breaker.
Marquette from Ridge St., bluff.
View on the Wissahickon at Ridge Ave.
Rocky Ridge.
Rocky Ridge.
Festoon border, Ridge Hill farms.
Wissahickon Lane, above Ridge Ave.
Drift mouth, Buck Ridge Breaker.
On the Wissahickon above Ridge Ave.
Front of Buck Ridge.
Cleft Ridge Span, distant view.
Cleft Ridge Span, Prospect Park.
The Blue Ridge, from James River, Va.
Cleft Ridge Span, Prospect Park.
Plain Buck Ridge Breaker.
Drift mouth, Buck Ridge Breaker.
The Blue Ridge, from James River, Va.
James Reynolds, Pine Ridge, N.Y
Warrior Ridge.
Marquette from Ridge Street.
Warrior Ridge.
Warrior Ridge.
Marquette from Ridge St., bluff.
Piedmont, from Blue Ridge.

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