Fall River topographic map
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Name: Fall River topographic map, elevation, terrain.
Average elevation: 105 ft
Minimum elevation: -16 ft
Maximum elevation: 344 ft
Fall River was the only city on the East Coast of the United States to have had an exposed waterfall in part of its downtown area; it flowed less than 1⁄2 mile (0.8 km) into a sheltered harbor at the edge of downtown. Fall River has two large lakes (originally one lake) and a large portion of protected woodlands on the eastern part of the city, which is higher in elevation, with the Quequechan River draining out of the ponds and flowing 2.5 miles (4.0 km) through the heart of the city, emptying out an estimated 26 million US gallons (98×10^6 l) per day into the deep Mount Hope Bay/Taunton River estuary in the western part of the city.
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