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Ship Locks

Ship Locks

Some locks in Germany and France where ships are let into the lock, doors close and water is let out. In those here the ships sail into the lock and the lock hubs up the canal.
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The Palmschleuse - Oldest lock in Europe

The Palmschleuse - Oldest lock in Europe

The Palmschleuse in Lauenburg is the oldest lock in Europe. It was built in 1398 along with the Strecknitz-Canal completely made of wood and had one (out of 15 locks that first watershed channel in the world of construction 1392-1398). Since the Middle Ages, the gate was also known under the name of key to Bockhorst. In the 17th Century, she got its present name after the former lock keepers P...
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Narrowboat in lock

Narrowboat in lock

This placemark shows a narrowboat in the process of navigating a lock on the Trent and Mersey canal in Staffordshire, UK
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Barges leaving lock

Barges leaving lock

A raft of barges leaving a lock, Louisville
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Camden Lock London

Camden Lock London

Camden Lock London the famous markt
Rating of 308/03/2006270Google Earth Logo
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Trent Lock, England.

Trent Lock, England.

The county borders of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire meet in the middle of the River Trent here, with the Trent heading West to Manchester and East to Nottingham, the Erewash Canal North into Derbyshire and the River Soar South into Leicestershire. As there is no bridge or ferry at Trent Lock, this is the only break in what would otherwise be a continuous footpath from London t...
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Normandy dock before destruction, Saint Nazaire

Normandy dock before destruction, Saint Nazaire

At 350 metres long, fifty metres wide, and a full 16 metres deep the Forme-Ecluse Louis-Joubert, named after the President of St Nazaire Chamber of Commerce, was specially constructed to house the 80,000-ton ‘Normandie’ which had been built in the Penhoët shipyard and launched in 1932. It was the primary means of access from the River Loire to the man-made inner basin of the port.The Normandie ...
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The Raid on St. Nazaire

The Raid on St. Nazaire

The dock 9 months after the attack with the "Campbeltown" still inside ,exactly as she was swept there at the moment of the detonation. The dock and the lock are obviously still very much out of order.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Nazaire_Raid
Rating of 406/23/2006997Google Earth Logo
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Donington Park racing circuit

Donington Park racing circuit

The oldest racing circuit in Britain, used since 1935, home of British Superbike Championship and more recently "Monsters Of Rock", "Ozzfest" and The "Download" festivals. In 2003, Marilyn Manson could be heard from Trent Lock, several miles to the north.
Rating of 3.509/04/2005980Google Earth Logo
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Kalakala

Kalakala

Kalakala (pronounced, KAH-LOCK'-AH-LAH, Chinook for "Flying Bird")

Introduced to Puget Sound in Seattle on 3 July 1935 and heralded around the world as the "World's first Streamline Art Deco Ferry"

Check out the GoogleEarth 'Kalakala Timeline' link
http://www.kalakala.org/
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Knowle Locks

Knowle Locks

The Grand Union Canal is lifted almost 42 feet here. Two narrow boats can be seen in the bottom lock. As the locks are 72 feet long these boats will be around 55 feet.
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Canal of Panama

Canal of Panama

Canal of Panama, makes the linking of the Atlantico Ocean with the Pacifíco Ocean behind its canal lock that crosses the country
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