Stinky Locations - Project Discussion

 

I got a really funny file that came through yesterday and I sat there staring at it for a few minutes trying to decide what to do with it. Jon and I talked about it and he suggested that we make a special file that the location could fit into.

So if you have ever driven around with your window open and have had to quickly close them so that the smell coming from the outside didn't melt your nose then we have a solution for you.

tomb993 submitted a location for stinky cows at Harris Ranch on 1-5 in central California. I would like to make a file for stinky locations, these can be from cows, to factories, to water features. Whatever causes you to frantically roll up that window. I hope that someone will post the location for what I have called Tacoma Aroma in the Tacoma Washington area.

I am going to publicly beg rhythmtip to make a sound file to go with this that sais "quick roll up your window, approaching stinky air zone" Please, Please, Please.

someone may actually be able to find an icon that would go well also, maybe someone holding their nose;) Bobkz can I count on you to find that one?

Let's see how big we can make this file.
Go ahead and post locations in this thread.

Miss Poi

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That's the one!

clint45 wrote:

That's one of MY OWN creations! (LOL) You can get it here:

http://www.clintsworld.com/temp/stink-alert.mp3

There should be a thread on the forum with links to ALL my alert files.

Ahhhhhhh...... Many thanks. smile

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Stink in ocean

Unless the file has been updated since I got it about a week ago, it looks like line 54 is the culprit for the stink location west of San Diego. In it's description, it says 'El Segundo CA'.

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Stickney,Illinois and Byram,Mississippi phunk!

I lived in the Chicagoland area during my first 15 years of life and can testify to one of the comments made about the Stickney area. Traveling out of town on s.bound I-55 (Stevenson Expy),we used to be able to smell a bad stench from around the Damen exit to Cicero Avenue. It would get worse after that and i'd look to right and theres the watertower...."STICKNEY". ARRGH!

Another smelly spot is in Byram,Mississippi located a few miles on I-55 south of Jackson,the Griffin Industries rendering plant where they take waste from poultry slaughterhouses and who knows where else and cook them down to extract the oils and create bone meal and other industrial by-products. Whether winter or summer,the area wreaks of burned endtrails and the scent is rancid enough to make you vomit! Depending on direction of the wind, you can smell this wretched odor as far north as South Jackson and as far south as Terry.

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Brownies

There's a place in downtown Chicago that always smells like brownies.

I'll try to locate it.

Brownies on a Stinky List?

Sport Billy wrote:

There's a place in downtown Chicago that always smells like brownies.

I'll try to locate it.

What, you don't like brownies? mrgreen

I don't eat brownies, and never really did. My son, however, could eat brownies and chocolate as much as possible; unlike his older sister or younger brother.

I have driven past some "stinky" food processing plants, and the smell could make one not want to eat that finished product again... confused

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Once again, I thank all

Once again, I thank all those who have contributed to this project. To ensure that this file accurate, please double check the coordinates and any information (for typo's, mild dyslexia, etc!) before you post in this thread.

Your post should include:

  • description of odor (pig farm, sewer plant, etc)
  • longitude in decimal degrees (e.g., -90.12345)
  • latitude in decimal degrees (e.g., 35.12345)
  • address or cross streets (if available)
  • City
  • State
  • zip code
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    Xmech2k wrote:

    Unless the file has been updated since I got it about a week ago, it looks like line 54 is the culprit for the stink location west of San Diego. In it's description, it says 'El Segundo CA'.

    This entry has been deleted. Thank you for the pointing out the error.

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    No, I like brownies

    Airbrushed wrote:
    Sport Billy wrote:

    There's a place in downtown Chicago that always smells like brownies.

    I'll try to locate it.

    What, you don't like brownies? mrgreen

    Just the opposite. There is a really good restaurant near there that I go to when I'm in Chicago. I leave feeling very full. However, on the way back, when I drive through "the brownie area" I get hungry again. smile

    any new smelly locations?

    any new smelly locations?

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    Chocolate aroma in Chicago

    Sport Billy wrote:
    Airbrushed wrote:
    Sport Billy wrote:

    There's a place in downtown Chicago that always smells like brownies.

    I'll try to locate it.

    What, you don't like brownies? mrgreen

    Just the opposite. There is a really good restaurant near there that I go to when I'm in Chicago. I leave feeling very full. However, on the way back, when I drive through "the brownie area" I get hungry again. smile

    Oh I know where you are, most likely. Near northwest of downtown, on the north side of the Chicago River, you're near Blommer Chocolate Co. at 600 Kinzie St.
    http://www.blommer.com/contact.html
    You can smell the chocolate between the Kennedy Expressway and Michigan Av., particularly near East Bank Club and the Merchandise Mart, when the wind's honkin' out of the west. When the wind's out of the north, chocolate pervades the air in the west Loop area over by Lyric Opera and the METRA train stations.

    Blommer really cranks the aroma out, especially in the period between September and a couple of weeks before Easter, primetime for holiday chocolate making.

    Some idiot actually once filed a complaint with US EPA about noxious emissions from the plant there, and EPA investigated and said they couldn't control smells, but Blommer was putting out too many particulates. They made them install filters. Fortunately, the smell remains strong even with the new filters:
    http://www.beachwoodreporter.com/people_places_things/yuppie...

    I didn't read through this whole thread, and I'm sure somebody else made this point, but so much of where a smell can be smelled in a stinky area depends on the wind and other elements of weather and output from the site which are variable. I question whether Stinky Area POIs can ever be as accurate as Red Light Camera POIs.

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    Most Stinky Place in Nebraska

    The worst place along I-80 is the feedlots in Brule, Nebraska. My son and my dog were riding in the back of my pickup, my wife was driving and I knew we were coming up on Brule...I watched them as they were sleeping and I wanted to see if it would wake them up. It did, my dog jerked his head up and immediatelly checked his butt, my son woke up and gave the dog an evil look.
    I've heard truckers on the CB asking how far they were from it and what mile marker to roll up their windows.

    41° 5'16.18"N 101°50'23.25"W

    Bigbluehog99
    Fulltime RVer

    there is one spot local here

    there is one spot local here that stinks horribly. sewage treatment plant along the columbia river, right next to the road.

    http://terraserver-usa.com/image.aspx?T=1&S=11&Z=11&X=879&Y=...

    I don't know the coordiates exactly but it stinks for 2+ miles in any direction

    wallula, wa

    The perfect audio file would be from the Hefty commercial

    When I bumped into this thread, the first thing that popped into my mind was the "stinky, stinky, stinky" from the recent Hefty trash bag commercial smile

    Barstow

    I stopped in Barstow, CA on my way back from Vegas a few weeks ago... Turned around in a dirt parking lot across the street from the McDonalds.....

    I swear to god, something in that lot smelled like someone had buried Ronald, Grimace, the Hamburger, et al, there in shallow graves....odor lingered in my car for a good week...... I dont know if its temporary or permament...but.....I should be going that direction again in the next week or 2....so I;ll check, and get a reading if it still stinks......

    Any of ya familiar with that area?

    Bainbridge Island, Wa

    At low tide the smell here is unrivaled.

    Lat: 47.651624° Lon: -122.518008°

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    Feed Lots are pretty ripe

    I just saw this one for the 1st time today and it sure brought back a memory or two! shock

    Here's one for the list, a big feed lot just west of Clayton, NM. It can potent when the wind is out of the north.

    -103.210811, 36.463481

    Who would have ever thought to look under Attractions - Scenic Drives to find these? I do believe Miss POI has a warped sense! rolleyes

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    Dalhart Texas

    Dalhart Texas

    Stinky Alert File

    If there's going to be a Stink Alert file, then I have to think that Aroma Park, Illinois belongs on it. The town doesn't stink, but a name like this begs to belong on the list.

    Lexington, NE is one of the

    Lexington, NE has got to be at, or near, the top of the list. That place still makes me want to barf just thinking about it...

    Lexington, NE has a slaughterhouse and meat-packing facility. The smell that permeates Lexington, NE is so bad it's considered the worse-of-the-worse. There are four odors; burning hair, rotting carcases and dried blood and a greasy smell. And also an odor of rotten eggs (hydrogen sulfide) is the gas that is responsible for a rotten egg smell that blends with all the other grotesque smells. The gas rises from slaughterhouse waste-water lagoons, causes respiratory problems and headaches, and at high levels can cause permanent damage to the nervous system.

    Needless to say, when the weather is warm it's just plain vomit nasty. And when it's warm and humid it will absolutely make you up-chuck...or come damn close to doing it. It's like smelling dead, rotten and decaying bodies. Nasty...just plain NASTY...

    Don't stop for gas, food or lodging. Put the top and windows up and don't let outside air to get inside your car.

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    Location, Location, Location

    In order for this location to be added to this alert file, I need coordinates and other information...

    Your post should include:

    description of odor (pig farm, sewer plant, etc) - you have adequately done this!
    longitude in decimal degrees (e.g., -90.12345)
    latitude in decimal degrees (e.g., 35.12345)
    address or cross streets (if available)
    City
    State
    zip code

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    GREAT IDEA!

    Here's two sewer plants:
    29.970332,-90.183329
    S Clearview Parkway and Earhart Expressway
    Metairie, LA

    29.877313,-90.067592
    Joseph Street and Pailet Avenue
    Harvey, LA 70058

    Stinky places

    I've got a couple of locations for you. The first one is the City of Mason, OH sewer plant. It is located on Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road and the coordinates are as follows: -84.27205 & 39.37381. On the map that I am currently using, it is showing an empty field, but the plant has been there for the last couple of years. It doesn't smell all the time, but it has it's moments.
    The other location is in the City of Middletown, OH. It is the AK Steel coke plant. I have 3 separate coordinates for this due to the fact that this is such a big operation. The first coordinate is -84.3736 & 39.47503. This is located on Oxford State Road, heading westbound. The second is also on Oxford State Road heading eastbound. This coordinate is -84.39661 & 39.47607. The last one is on Yankee Road (heading south) between Waneta and Oxford State Road. This coordinate is -84.39644 & 39.47872.

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    POI has been Updated!

    Thank you for contributing to this alert file. The following locations have been added

    maddog67 wrote:

    Mason, OH sewer plant. -84.27205 & 39.37381. / -84.3736 & 39.47503. /84.39661 & 39.47607. / -84.39644 & 39.47872.

    npittari wrote:

    Here's two sewer plants:
    29.970332,-90.183329
    S Clearview Parkway and Earhart Expressway
    Metairie, LA

    29.877313,-90.067592
    Joseph Street and Pailet Avenue
    Harvey, LA 70058

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    sewer plants

    My experience with sewer plants over the years makes it a bit difficult. The stench from the sewar plant in the town i grew up in varried greatly depending on the season, and the wind. having worked litterally 50 yards from it, on a hot august day it was nearly unberable, yet a month later it wasnt noticable unless the wind was blowing the right way.

    The same thing happend with the Cheese Plant on the other side of town. On a hot august day it stank for a mile....yet 2 days later it might not be noticable...

    too funny

    This is too funny! I literally LOLed. Then I started thinking, Iv been to some stinky areas. I downloaded the file to see if they were included but no City State reference was in the csv file.

    This leads me to wonder what the procedure is to add data to the POI data base. Not my own copy but to whomever is keeping the master copy.

    I know this is a newb question but I just joined the forum.

    Take care all. Thanks for a cool web site.

    Michael.

    P.S. I stumbled across this site while googling free POIs. There was another site which on every page advertised free pois. When I went to download they wanted me to pay for registration. I HATE the way marketing people are so dishonest. How do they sleep at night?? Anyway. Thanks for actually having free POIs here. I got the walmark file I needed smile

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    Thanks

    mwbritt wrote:

    This is too funny! I literally LOLed. Then I started thinking, Iv been to some stinky areas. I downloaded the file to see if they were included but no City State reference was in the csv file.

    This leads me to wonder what the procedure is to add data to the POI data base. Not my own copy but to whomever is keeping the master copy.

    I know this is a newb question but I just joined the forum.

    Take care all. Thanks for a cool web site.

    Michael.

    P.S. I stumbled across this site while googling free POIs. There was another site which on every page advertised free pois. When I went to download they wanted me to pay for registration. I HATE the way marketing people are so dishonest. How do they sleep at night?? Anyway. Thanks for actually having free POIs here. I got the walmark file I needed smile

    Welcome to the site, it is nice to have you with us.

    Miss POI

    Welcome

    mwbritt wrote:

    This is too funny!
    ... but no City State reference was in the csv file.

    This leads me to wonder what the procedure is to add data to the POI data base. Not my own copy but to whomever is keeping the master copy.
    ...

    Welcome to the POI Factory.

    Yes, I noticed that some of the line entries include a city and state and others do not. Probably what's important are the coordinates.

    One way to look at them on a map is to install Extra_POI_Editor and Google Earth, both free. EPE will open these files and display the locations with map pins on Google Earth.

    http://www.poi-factory.com/node/21156
    http://earth.google.com/

    If you know of a particularly stinky area that's not on the list, post it here with the coordinates and a brief description. The author will likely include it in the next update.

    If you haven't figured this out yet, you can either load this file manually with POI Loader to set a proximity alert, or you can use EPE to imbed an alert distance into the file and save it as a .gpx and load it normally. I attached one of those sound files that is pretty funny warning you to roll up the windows.

    There's lots of great files here and perhaps in time you can pass it along by making one of your own and share it with us.

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    Here is the location information you asked for

    RhythmTip wrote:

    In order for this location to be added to this alert file, I need coordinates and other information...

    Your post should include:

    description of odor (pig farm, sewer plant, etc) - you have adequately done this!
    longitude in decimal degrees (e.g., -90.12345)
    latitude in decimal degrees (e.g., 35.12345)
    address or cross streets (if available)
    City
    State
    zip code

    You can smell the stink all over town 24/7/365. If you have your car's ventilation system set for outside air to circulate you'll smell the stink before you ever get to Lexington's city limits. You could probably set a TourGuide distance of 5+ radius miles and you would still smell the stink before the alert goes off!

    Here is the information, including the coordinates for the meat-packing processing plant:

    1500 Plum Creek Pwky
    (Hwy 283 (Plum Creek Pwky) & Cattleman Dr.)
    Lexington, NE 68850

    Longitude: -99.73950
    Latitude: 40.76437

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    Dairy

    This is a dairy farm on the southwest side of I10 west of Anthony Texas but in New Mexico. There are thousands of cow in feed lots. This dairy provides all the milk for the El Paso and Las Cruces MN area.

    The area is between 32.182887 106.676294 and 32.082817 106.616599.

    Solid cow smell for 5 to 10 miles.

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    Dairy

    This must be the largest POI in the world! How will it be entered into the database?

    dobs108 razz

    You nailed it

    dagarmin wrote:
    Sport Billy wrote:
    Airbrushed wrote:
    Sport Billy wrote:

    There's a place in downtown Chicago that always smells like brownies.

    I'll try to locate it.

    What, you don't like brownies? mrgreen

    Just the opposite. There is a really good restaurant near there that I go to when I'm in Chicago. I leave feeling very full. However, on the way back, when I drive through "the brownie area" I get hungry again. smile

    Oh I know where you are, most likely. Near northwest of downtown, on the north side of the Chicago River, you're near Blommer Chocolate Co. at 600 Kinzie St.
    http://www.blommer.com/contact.html
    You can smell the chocolate between the Kennedy Expressway and Michigan Av., particularly near East Bank Club and the Merchandise Mart, when the wind's honkin' out of the west. When the wind's out of the north, chocolate pervades the air in the west Loop area over by Lyric Opera and the METRA train stations.

    Blommer really cranks the aroma out, especially in the period between September and a couple of weeks before Easter, primetime for holiday chocolate making.

    Some idiot actually once filed a complaint with US EPA about noxious emissions from the plant there, and EPA investigated and said they couldn't control smells, but Blommer was putting out too many particulates. They made them install filters. Fortunately, the smell remains strong even with the new filters:
    http://www.beachwoodreporter.com/people_places_things/yuppie...

    I didn't read through this whole thread, and I'm sure somebody else made this point, but so much of where a smell can be smelled in a stinky area depends on the wind and other elements of weather and output from the site which are variable. I question whether Stinky Area POIs can ever be as accurate as Red Light Camera POIs.

    Sorry - somehow I lost track of this thread - but you nailed it.

    W. Kinzie - Left on N. Desplaines - Right on W. Lake - Left on N. Halsted to W. Randolph = Redlight (yummm) smile

    Stinky in Nashville, TN

    The drive along I-65 between 8th Ave/Metro Center AKA Rosa Parks Blvd and the Cumberland River can sometimes be either tolerable or gut wrenching, depending on whether the wind picks up the sewage processing or the medical waste incineration, or both.

    N36 11.068
    W86 47.870
    to the Bridge over the river.

    Added, Thank You!

    1500 Plum Creek Pwky
    (Hwy 283 (Plum Creek Pwky) & Cattleman Dr.)
    Lexington, NE 68850

    Longitude: -99.73950
    Latitude: 40.76437

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    Slaughterhouse

    "-97.072283","49.88192800000001","Lagimodiere Blvd & Marion St, Winnipeg, MB, Canada","Lagimodiere Blvd & Marion St, Winnipeg, MB, Canada"

    I'm not sure how to put a 600m radius on that but it needs it.

    Paper mills at Johnsonburg, PA

    Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania
    Elk County
    GPS: 41.504669 , -78.687183
    Zip Code 15845

    The paper mills are legendary, small town in northwest PA.

    Larry

    J'burg paper mill is now Domtar Paper Co. LLC

    larry_larry wrote:

    Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania
    Elk County
    GPS: 41.504669 , -78.687183
    Zip Code 15845

    The paper mills are legendary, small town in northwest PA.

    Larry

    Thanks for the mention, Larry! I was born/raised in Johnsonburg and work at the paper mill here. It's come a long way in the last 20-years with a lot of capital improvements and updated equipment.

    We even started our own fish hatchery on the property (from refurbished fresh water sand filter beds) some years ago and raise brown and rainbow trout for stocking local streams.

    Come visit sometime.

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    A New One

    Here is a new one (Google Streetview link as well):

    StreetView:

    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=...

    Satellite View:

    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=(42.99116625454282,+-78.9223051071167)&sll=42.991166,-78.922305&sspn=0.006984,0.02075&ie=UTF8&ll=42.991103,-78.922133&spn=0.006922,0.02075&t=h&z=16

    Coordinates: 42.99117N, 78.92230W

    This is a NOCO oil terminal in Tonawanda, NY near Buffalo, NY. The smell is a sulfury low-tide odor mixed with the smell of hot roofing tar. Yum :/ It stinks worst in the hot summertime, especially when sitting in traffic trying to get through the tolls just north of this location, but it still bad in winter too.

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    Do you also take addresses in Europe ?

    Funny I should come across this list, I live near the City of Perfumes, called Grasse.

    The upper, old historical part of the city is where you'll find all sorts of perfume museums, shops, etc.

    And the lower part of the city is where they actually MAKE those perfumes, as well as the food additives that are used in soups, meals, whatever. I dare you drive there on the week when they make lobster soup, or onion soup. It's one of the cheapest places in the area for houses with gardens, the kind where you'll NEVER invite anyone, let alone leave your house windows open during the day...

    And of course, the French Riviera is a rather sunny area - so you WOULD think about AC or open windows in the summer grin

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    A world class stink

    If you want a place that REALLY stinks you only have to look at one in NY's Staten Island. Arthur Kill garbage dump is the place, I can't give the exact location because I wil not go anyplace near it. You can smell it for miles around. If you listen to a CB radio, you can hear the truck drivers ask what that awfull smell is. The answer is always the same.
    No location is needed, if you are anyplace even remotely close your nose will find it! Just prey you never find it by mistake.

    It is Aprox: Lat 40 34.720N
    Lon 74 11.621W

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    Paper mill in Mosinee, WI

    This is a well-known local bad smell:

    44.78730, -89.69698

    Wausau Paper Corp., Mosinee, WI

    POI updated

    Added to file locations from:

  • Winter
  • larry_larry
  • Aardvark
  • Timantide
  • gjpearce
  • Thanks for your contributions to this POI

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    one in ND

    Concur with Sioux City, hits you right in the head.

    I5 from Bellingham, WA to White Rock, BC when the tide is out and the extense of tidal flats are open to the wind. It is sinus clearing.

    To point, a sugar beet factory just north of Drayton, ND on east side of I29.
    -97.172451
    48.592946

    They have warning signs on the interstate because of the smoke.

    Interesting POI. H.

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    Did you post this file yet?

    RhythmTip wrote:

    Added to file locations from:

  • Winter
  • larry_larry
  • Aardvark
  • Timantide
  • gjpearce
  • Thanks for your contributions to this POI

    When I went to download it, the page says last updated 1/15/10

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    I checked and....

    Yes TXRver, the file has been updated, I don't know why the page says "last updated 1/15/10". I double checked and all of the new locations are in the file as well as the addition listed below.

    Also added: location from dhamish

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    Stink/Toxic Alerts in Texas...

    I'm surprised that the Alert's info page does not mention Texas locations, i've passed through quite a lot of stink on I-10 on my way to Houston, and now i work in some very toxic/stinky locations within and around Houston. Guess there's no EPA here, or maybe carbon credits are being used somehow, but this place is very toxic. =(

    new location

    How about adding 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington D.C.?

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    Already noted. See page 1 of

    Already noted. See page 1 of the thread.

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    Suggestion addition: Feed lot next to I-40 west of Amarillo TX

    The first time I smelled this place, perhaps 200 yards south of I-40, I was compelled to create its POI for my mapping software. The only time you won't notice the smell is if the wind is blowing from the north.

    Smell: cattle feed lot
    Location:
    Wildorado, TX, 79098, [on a rural road not marked on my mapping software, but adjacent to the interstate]
    Mile Marker 50 (approximately) on I-40
    Coordinates:
    N35.208086°
    W102.169722°

    More locations

    Paper Mill
    Wickliffe KY
    -89.07898 36.94509

    Water Treatment Plant
    Richmond VA
    -77.43298 37.44279

    Water Treatment Plant
    Richmond VA
    -77.42260 37.51829

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    I have this POI

    TXRVer wrote:

    Paper Mill
    Wickliffe KY
    -89.07898 36.94509

    Water Treatment Plant
    Richmond VA
    -77.43298 37.44279

    Water Treatment Plant
    Richmond VA
    -77.42260 37.51829

    I added this POI when I saw it available and even have an alert set for it. I've never had an alert occur on any of my drives. It appears that the file has not been updated for over five years.

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