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December 27, 2009
The fault is about 25 miles east of the town center. The USGS maps show the fault crossing Highway 46 between a school in Cholame and a water tower.
From the TopoZone website below, click view maps, type Paso Robles in the place name field, choose California, then click "search". Click on "Paso Robles" in the table on the next page. You’ll be zoomed way in on the map, so select these options on the left:
1 : 1,000,000
Then click "Update Map". You should see Paso Robles in the center of the map and the San Andreas Fault as a black diagonal line, cutting across the upper right hand corner. There’s a bar scale below the map to help you figure out distances.
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