Thursday, December 11, 2008

Marquam Bridge: I-5 Freeway

Here is where the I-405 and I-5 connect each other. Isn't it a little complicated for a non-resident driver to find his/her path?
Can you see the OMSI (Oregon Museum of Sicence and Industry) and the submarine in the water?
Here is a satellite map of this location. Hehe, Can you see the submarine there?

6 comments:

Abid said...

We used to live by the I5 in Irvine, California

Katney said...

Yes, I think that that is exactly where we get lost every time we've come to Portland. Of course there's also the one way streets.

Laurie said...

This is such a beautiful photo -- of such an unpleasant stretch of freeway!

USelaine said...

Oh, I like these examinations of geography! There are some pretty complicated interchanges around Berkeley and Oakland too.

Dina said...

Oi, it looks so . . . America, those roads.
But I love the wake of the boats seen from high above.

Rolando said...

Everyone has a gift. Mine is that I don't get lost in interchanges. I magically always know which way is north and which way is south. Plus, if you read the signs, you really shouldn't get lost. But that's coming from someone who really never gets lost.