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20 Photos of the Construction of the Panama Canal

20 Photos of the Construction of the Panama Canal

Фотогалерея: Панамскому каналу исполнилось 100 лет - Новости Mail.Ru

Panama Canal, August 15 1914 - This Day in History: Aug Panama Canal open to traffic

The American-built waterway across the Isthmus of Panama, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, is inaugurated with the passage of the U.S. vessel Ancon, a cargo and passenger ship.

SS Ancon was an American steamship that became the first ship to officially transit the Panama Canal in

THE BIG DITCH: Construction of the Panama Canal Workers take a break at a construction site, possibly canal locks, during the construction of the Panama Canal. Panama, 1913.

THE BIG DITCH: Construction of the Panama Canal Workers take a break at a construction site, possibly canal locks, during the construction of the Panama Canal.

Caribbean workers arriving in Panama, on board the 'Cristobal' to work on Panama Canal - Part of BBC photo gallery tracking building of Panama Canal - 100th Anniversary of opening of Panama Canal August 14, 2014

Caribbean workers arriving in Panama, on board the 'Cristobal' to work on Panama Canal - Part of BBC photo gallery tracking building of Panama Canal - Anniversary of opening of Panama Canal August 2014

Highly negative assessments of the Panama Canal expansion project by the current President and Vice-President of Panama reflect facts, not opinion. Description from crucestrail.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Canal de Panamá

The Pedro Miguel locks being built, 1912: The Panama Canal locks at Pedro Miguel are almost finished here. At the left are the giant lock gates--some gates on the canal locks are 82 feet high. The tunnel at the right in the bottom of the wall is a “culvert.” Water flows into and out of the culvert to raise or lower the level of water in the lock. Up to 26 million gallons of water are used every time ships are raised or lowered. Scientific American Supplement, November 23, 1912

The Panama Canal: The World's Greatest Engineering Project [Slide Show]

Progress on the canal was impeded by many obstacles, like the landslide these workers were clearing in 1913. Flooding, tropical temperatures, and mosquitoes (which transmitted yellow fever) were also major challenges.

11 Historical Photos of the Panama Canal

Progress on the canal was impeded by many obstacles, like the landslide these workers were clearing in Flooding, tropical temperatures, and mosquitoes (which transmitted yellow fever) were also major challenges.

Panama Canal History | Panama Canal Construction

Panama History: From Independence to constructing a Canal, it is now the fastest growing country in Central America with one of the most robust economies.

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TRANSPORT: Panama Canal. Pictured is the Culebra Cut through the continental divide, one of the most difficult operations. The United States took over the project in 1904, and took a decade to complete the canal, which was officially opened on August 15, 1914.

Pictured is the Culebra Cut through the continental divide, one of the most difficult operations. The United States took over the project in and took a decade to complete the canal, which was officially opened on August

Panama Canal construction workers -   My Grandfather might be in this wonderful photo.

Panama Canal Museum - Group photo of many Panama Canal construction workers

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