Card Sound

Some articles on card sound, sound:

Card Sound Bridge - Decline and Fall of The Wooden Drawbridge
... a sequence of events that diminished the importance and usefulness of Card Sound Bridge ... motorists to avoid the wooden bridges in northern Key Largo - including Card Sound ... A 1944 fire seriously damaged Card Sound's drawbridge, which was subsequently removed to prevent its further use a 1947 hurricane and additional fires caused Monroe ...
Waterways Forming And Crossings Of The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway - Florida
... Florida Bay Baker Cut (manmade) Buttonwood Sound Grouper Creek Tarpon Basin Dusenberg Creek Blackwater Sound Jewfish Creek Jewfish Creek Bridge (U.S. 1 (SR 5)) Barnes Sound Little Card Sound Card Sound Bridge Card Sound Biscayne Bay Rickenbacker Causeway (north approach is SR 913) Dodge Island Bridge (SR 886. 858) SR 820 SR 822 SR A1A Stranahan River 17th Street Causeway (SR A1A) New River New River Sound SR 842 Middle River Man-made canal SR 838 SR 816 SR 870 SR 814 SR 844 Hillsboro River ...
Biscayne Bay
... separated from the Straits of Florida by the northernmost of the Florida Keys, and includes Card sound and Barnes Sound ... The Card Sound Bridge connects the mainland in the Homestead, Florida area to the northern part of Key Largo ... spans the entirety of Biscayne Bay from Oleta River in the north to Card Sound in the south, with the exception of the central part of the bay, which is Biscayne National Park ...
Key Largo
... Card Sound Road connects to the northern part of Key Largo at Card Sound Bridge and runs southeastward to connect with County Road 905, which runs southwest and joins ... filming used for establishing shots, the film was shot on a Warner Brothers sound stage in Hollywood ... island of Key Largo North Key Largo, near the Card Sound Bridge, Key Largo, eight or nine miles from the southern end of the island, and Tavernier, at the ...

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