Harlem River

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See also Wikipedia's article about "Harlem River".

The Harlem River separates Manhattan from the Bronx. It flows past Baker Field as well as the crew team's current boathouse.

The Columbia C is located on a rock outcropping facing the river's confluence with the Hudson. This part of the river was originally (and is sometimes still) known as Spuyten Duyvil Creek, but was rechristened the Harlem River Ship Canal after the Army Corps of Engineers rerouted the creek to provide a more direct connection between the Hudson and East Rivers.