Why is Cedar Point said to be on a peninsula? There are two roads into the area and both of them have bridges that cross over water. There is no actual connection to the mainland but for the bridges.
The Chaussee is a solid strip of land, not a bridge. That’s what connects it to mainland and makes it a peninsula.
The original route of the chausee was all on land, it was changed after a storm washed part of it away. The land isn't a solid strip anymore but it used to be.
Correct, there is a short bridge along the Chaussee just before it turns NNW along the lake spanning a bit of water. Its not a whole lot of it, but it does make for water on all sides.
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Why is Cedar Point said to be on a peninsula?
Maybe try going back and read the same topic you posted two years ago?
Perhaps Coasterhawk is a member of the WGA and has been forced into reruns until the strike is settled.
Or perhaps due to global warming and rising water levels they think things may have changed since ‘21 and the subject might be worth approaching again.
Found this: "No Cedar Point is an island, entire of itself. Never send to know for whom the CPLE train whistle tolls; it tolls for thee."
All the fixation on Cedar Point. Somebody explain to me the genesis of the name for Village of Peninsula, Ohio.
"You can dream, create, design and build the most wonderful place in the world...but it requires people to make the dreams a reality."
That’s named after its founder, Howard Peninsula Jr.
But seriously, it’s because the Cuyahoga river wraps around the town in such a bend that it looked like a peninsula when it was founded.
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