The barrier on the highway bridge. Both sides are the same height.
The cane is about 35 1/2 inches, but it is leaning. The barrier is roughly 30-32 inches high.
You can see the railroad bridge beyond the opposite side barrier.
Looking eastward from the footpath on the highway bridge.
The highway bridge from the upper bank in the park.
The park from the Packwood House steps. There are two more parking spaces to the right.
A shot of the parking spaces along Water Street, roughly from the corner of Market and Water Streets, looking towards the Street of Shops.
Looking from the steps of the Packwood House up Water Street and into the park.
Looking up toward the Packwood House from the bench by the bank. The hard drive was found about 25 yards into the river opposite this point.
Photo # 8
Looking down into the area where the hard drive was found; it was roughly were those green leaves are poking out of the muddy water. It is taken from just in front of that park bench.
The photo is a bit deceptive. The drop is about 10-15 feet. The foliage is is probably 4-6 feet high. The debris and water levels on the week of 4/18/05 were higher than seen in this photo. The "island" with the trees in this photo was completely under water at that time.
A zoom in shot from the steps of the Packwood House. The larger bench in the center is the one in the other photos.
You can see the railroad bridge through the opening in the trees.
The picnic table is the one where Mr. McKnight and Mr. Buehner held their 7/1/08 press conference.