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  • Top left: the junction of the first and second Galop Canals can be seen at the west end of Cardinal. From where the bridge crosses the old canal the street now runs almost straight north across the new canal as it has been filled in to this area.

Bottom left: The swing bridge over the new canal and along the river the old canal bank follows the river around the south side of the town. To the right of the twin smokestacks the entrance to Lock 26 can be seen.

Bottom right: Looking south over the west end of Cardinal. The new Seaway shipping channel will be dug right through the middle of the group of islands out in the river.

Top Right: Another view of the junction of the old and new canals at the west side of Cardinal. The old canal bank is cut through by the new canal which continues west to Lock 27. Old Lock 26 is to the right of the twin smokestacks at the top center of the photo. It is now completely buried under a gas fired co-generation plant.

National Archives photos.Top left: the junction of the first and second Galop Canals can be seen at the west end of Cardinal. From where the bridge crosses the old canal the street now runs almost straight north across the new canal as it has been filled in to this area.

Bottom left: The swing bridge over the new canal and along the river the old canal bank follows the river around the south side of the town. To the right of the twin smokestacks the entrance to Lock 26 can be seen.

Bottom right: Looking south over the west end of Cardinal. The new Seaway shipping channel will be dug right through the middle of the group of islands out in the river.

Top Right: Another view of the junction of the old and new canals at the west side of Cardinal. The old canal bank is cut through by the new canal which continues west to Lock 27. Old Lock 26 is to the right of the twin smokestacks at the top center of the photo. It is now completely buried under a gas fired co-generation plant.

National Archives photos.5/29/2016
  • Cardinal Swing Bridge - Mileage 5.25. This bridge carries both road and a C.N.R. freight line to Cardinal. Looking east from the north side.Cardinal Swing Bridge - Mileage 5.25. This bridge carries both road and a C.N.R. freight line to Cardinal. Looking east from the north side.5/29/2016
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