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Chateau Laurier and Rideau Canal Locks

Taken from the Bytown Museum, Ottawa.

Along The Rideau Canal

Taken along the Rideau Canal.

Panama Canal "Mules" Change Tracks

Three Panama Canal "Mules", locomotives built by Japan's Mitsubishi Corporation for approximately $2 million each await a ride on the canal railroad's turntable after assisting the Princess Cruise Lines "Coral Princess" through the Gatun Locks on the Atlantic Side of the canal. Thanks to the limited real estate on the canal, turntables are utilized to switch locomotives between tracks. Contrary to popular belief, the "Mules" are utilized to keep ships in line during transit and not to tow the ships, which travel through the lock system under their own power.

Canal Walks

Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire.

Pipe Bench

Pipe art.

Honolulu Canal

Driving around Honolulu we spotted this peaceful canal ...

Spilled

Water and stuff.

A Look Inside

A tunnel.

Tunnel

Just as the title says...

Maine Lobster

I love lobster. This is one of the best meals I ever had it came with a 11 oz. prime rib as well. A meal fit for a king!

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