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Title: Laying the floor of Pedro Miguel Lock
Keywords: Panama Canal (Panama); Canals; Transportation; Locks (Hydraulic engineering); Drawing
Pennell; Pedro Miguel; Artwork
Publisher: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Office of History
Abstract: "Laying the Floor of Pedro Miguel Lock. This is the most monumental piece of work on the [Panama] Canal, and the most pictorial. The huge approaches, quite different in form from Gatun--for all the locks have character, and the character of their builders--are only arches to save concrete. Here were men enough laying the concrete floor--others swarming over the gates not yet covered with their armor plate. Beyond is the lock just shown between the gates." Artwork by Joseph Pennell.
Description: Lithograph
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/16543
Other Identifiers: 651
http://cdm16021.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15141coll5/id/651
Appears in Collections:USACE Collection

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