Canal and railroad over a creek ravine.

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Aug 9, 2018
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In the early 1800's Indiana decided to move products by water rather that build roads. This a working remnant of the 69 mile Whitewater Canal system that once connected to the Ohio river. It now severs as a tourist attraction providing 30 minute canal boat rides.

This is a unique canal aqueduct next to a railroad track, both spanning a 16 foot creek ravine.

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Canals were America's industrial highways until the railroads sealed their fate. Nice post and picture.
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