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|Caen Hill Locks are a flight of locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal, between Rowde and Devizes in Wiltshire England.|
The 29 locks have a rise of 237 feet in 2 miles (72 m in 3.2 km) or a 1 in 44 gradient. The sixteen locks seen here form a steep flight in a straight line up the hillside. Because of the steepness of the terrain, the pounds between these locks are very short. (Look ...
|This is an aerial Photo of Burscough airfield which was situated 2 miles north of Ormskirk in Lancashire, England. |
It was a Royal Naval Air station and the last to be built during WWII.It is believed that this airfiled was earmarked for the RAF however it was built with the normal Navy plan incorporating 4 runways and not 3 as was normal for an RAF station. The runways were also...
|What the Niagara Falls are for the USA and Canada is Trollhättan Falls for Sweden. But in smaller dimentions. But noisy as Niagara Falls.|
In the years 1800, 1844 and 1916 locks were build to control the flow from the lake Vänern so boats could sail down to Kattegat. And to produce electricity.
The water falls 32 meters from 3 locks with 300 m3 water per second. Ori...
|Bow Locks on the once busy but now neglected "Bow Backs" waterways in the East End of London. Currently designated a Priority One restoration project by British Waterways.||09/15/2005||274|
|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.||03/27/2006||371|
|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.||09/03/2005||317|
|File includes a path through the Erie canal and snapshots of locks on the canal with a couple of links to postcards on the locks.||08/18/2005||786|
|The third set of locks project is a plan to expand the Canal’s capacity composed of three integrated components: (1) the construction of two lock facilities – one on the Atlantic side and another on the Pacific|
side – each with three chambers, each which include three water reutilization basins; (2) the excavation of new access channels to the new locks and the widening of existing navig...
|Manchester Ship Canal, UK, Irlam Locks||01/11/2007||293|
|This overlay helps to see things better, as the res is too low.||08/13/2005||961|
|MV Chica launched in 1894 and formerly used as a trip boat along the river Weaver. She sank in 1993 at Dutton locks.||11/12/2009||396|
|Exact route tracings plus locks, drawbridges, and support facilities. All four are shown: Saint-Denis, Saint-Martin, l'Ourcq, and the little-known Clignon.||03/09/2006||293|