Date: Unknown
Photographer: Unknown
Source: Jack Gieck, A Photo Album of Ohio's Canal Era, 1825-1913, Kent State University Press, 1988, 1992 .
Collection: Roscoe Village Foundation
Description: "This Ohio and Erie aqueduct, which carried the canal over the Walhonding River near Coshocton, is a classic structure: a wooden flume, or rectangular trough, supported on stone piers set in the river, with ends attached to stone abutments on each bank... (This image) is a view of the water in the flume. The pedestrian is on the towpath, the plank floor of which is not quite visible."
A Photo Album of Ohio's Canal Era, 1825-1913, Kent State University Press, 1988, 1992, courtesy University of Akron Archives.


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