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Fun fact: the stone pillars on either side of the NY Ave gate were originally on the Capitol grounds for their fence. You can see more of them in random places along Constitution, and there is a matching guard house that was moved at 15th/Constitution.

Is there an online report you are referencing? I would like to see a higher-res version of that map.

Yes. One of the links was screwed up and the other I failed to add. Here's the CFA presentation and the NCPC report.


the arboretum connections would be very practical. i just dont have confidence in the NPS to make it happen...i hope im wrong.

Since this is a Department of Agriculture facility, I'd be stunned if NPS made the connections happen.

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