Elizabeth River

Elizabeth River may refer to:

  • Elizabeth River (New Jersey), a tributary of the Arthur Kill
  • Elizabeth River (Virginia), an estuary of Chesapeake Bay
  • Elizabeth River, New Zealand, a river in Fiordland
  • Elizabeth River, Northern Territory
  • Elizabeth River, Tasmania

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Transportation In Virginia - Ports - Nautical
... In Portsmouth, a few miles up the Elizabeth River, Norfolk Naval Shipyard is located Newport News Shipbuilding Dry Dock Company is located a short distance up the James River ... coal from a large facility at Lambert's Point on the Elizabeth River ... to the lower portion of the Chesapeake Bay and the harbor of Hampton Roads, navigable rivers include Elizabeth River James River York River Rappahannock ...
Lafayette River - History
... The small river was initially known as Tanner's Creek ... formed, and the area of Tanner's Creek was designated as within Elizabeth River Shire ... misconception that the namings were related Queen Elizabeth I, both Elizabeth River Shire and the Elizabeth River were named to honor Princess Princess Elizabeth Stuart, the daughter of King James I of ...
Elizabeth River (New Jersey)
... The Elizabeth River is a tributary of the Arthur Kill in Union County, New Jersey in the United States ... The Elizabeth River begins at the border between the Union and Essex counties near exit 142/142 A on the Garden State Parkway in Hillside, and near Beech Spring Road ... That part of the river bed may be dried-out most of the time but it is always wet as soon as the river emerges from underneath Garden State Parkway near exit 141 ...
Lambert's Point - History
... who patented 100 acres (400,000 m²) there on the east side of the bay of the Elizabeth River on June 1, 1635, when the territory was still a part of Elizabeth River Shire in colonial Virginia ... P workforce had bridged both the eastern and southern branches of the Elizabeth River, deployed a corduroy roadbed across the northern portion of the Great Dismal Swamp and completed ... Eventually, a rail link all the way to the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico at New Orleans was thus seen as possible ...

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