Slideshow: Sepulveda Dam | KCET
Slideshow: Sepulveda Dam
Finished in 1941, the Sepulveda Dam was one of the central achievements of US Army Corps of Engineers mission to control the course and flow of the Los Angeles River. The dam collects flood runoff from the city, stores it temporarily and releases it back to the river. An enginering and architectural landmark, the dam has been featured in countless movies, photo shoots and music videos, and now can be biked and walked by a series of paths.
The Sepulveda Dam
A slideshow of photos depicting the dam's history.
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