In this post, I have included a customized Google Map that shows the locations of key sites of interest along Spuyten Duyvil Creek (also known as the Harlem River Ship Canal) that separates the northern portion of the island of Manhattan from the northwestern section of the Bronx. I have also included geo-tagged photos of pictures I took last week and last summer along and around the Creek.
Map of Spuyten Duyvil Creek and Surrounding Neighborhoods
I created an annotated Google Map with placemarkers and lines that you can click on to learn about Spuyten Duyvil Creek and the Harlem River Ship Canal as well as neighborhoods, historic sites, parks, bridges and other features of interest. You can click on the placemarkers in the map immediately below or view this map on Google. (I recommend that you view this map on Google–it’s easier to explore and navigate):
View Spuyten Duyvil Creek and Harlem River Ship Canal in a larger map
Slideshow of Spuyten Duyvil Creek and Neighborhoods
Last Saturday, I walked through Inwood Hill Park, over the Henry Hudson Bridge, through the Spuyten Duyvil and Marble Hill neighborhoods in the Bronx and over the Broadway Bridge into Manhattan. The following slideshow includes pictures of this walk and I have added images that I took of this area last summer. You can view this gallery with captions on Google Picasa:
You can view these geo-tagged photos on a Google Map so that you can see the exact location of where I shot each image: