All of the photos in this section were taken on a one mile stretch of Nohl Ranch Road, which runs through the heart of the Anaheim's Landslide Seismic Hazard Zone.  These photos were taken on Tuesday, February 24th, 1998.  All of the photos show that, in every single case, the hill side of the street is in perfect condition; But, in complete contrast, please note how every one of these photos show, beyond a doubt, that all of the street damage is on the slope side, which is indicative of incipient slope failure -- in other words, this tract of land is obviously a seismic hazard zone.

If you wish to verify the actual location of these slope side transverse landslide cracks, you better hurry, because, in the past, the City of Anaheim has always rushed to conceal landslide road damage.  Expect to see all of Nohl Ranch Road sporting a fresh coat of asphalt in the very near future.  It is a lot like putting makeup on a cadaver.
 
 
Slopeside transverse landslide cracks. Photo #2
Slopeside transverse landslide cracks.  Photo #3
Slopeside transverse landslide cracks.  Photo #4
Slopeside transverse landslide cracks.  Photo #5
Slopeside transverse landslide cracks.  Photo #6
Slopeside transverse landslide cracks.  Photo #7
 


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