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                   Thursday, May 15, 2008 - 12:40PM

HD video: Kanawha Falls after heavy rains

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During my quick trip up to the Gorge on Tuesday, I stopped at Kanawha Falls and grabbed a few shots. The river was running about 2 to 3 feet higher than normal due to recent rains. Not a flood by any means, but enough to make an impressive scene. Kanawha Falls is actually a hybrid natural/man-made landmark, with a concrete low-head dam meandering along the top of the falls. This creates a reservoir that was once used to drive a small hydroelectric plant (visible in the old brick buildings on the left).

HD VIDEO: Kanawha Falls after heavy rains

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