From tide-water level at Troy, the Erie Canal rises through a series of locks in the Mohawk Valley to an elevation of feet above sea-level at the summit level at Rome. Continuing westward, it descends to an elevation of feet above sea-level at the junction with the Oswego Canal, and finally rises to an elevation of The original "Clinton's Ditch" Erie Canal had 83 locks. The Enlarged Erie Canal, built between and , saw this number reduced to 72 locks.
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Touring the Erie Canal
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Next time you are in Pittsford Plaza, take a look for it right behind Applebees. It is one of the best preserved antiquated locks along the canal system. The southwestern portion of the loop follows the bed of the 19th century Erie Canal from the Spring House on Monroe Avenue to Lock 62, and the towpath to the current canal. Lock 62 provides a glimpse into our early canal days. There was also a basin in front of their warehouse for boats waiting to be loaded or traveling east over the aqueduct.
New York State Canal System
They ask these questions even on days like this one, when Mr. Dufel is standing in an orange life vest, watching brown water flood Lock 16 here and lift his loaded barge like a toy battleship in a bathtub. Dufel said. He is assistant engineer on the tugboat Margot and an owner of the New York State Marine Highway Transportation Company, one of the largest shippers on the canal.
The Oswego River is the second largest river flowing into Lake Ontario, but it feels in places like a stream. If you study the east bank, lots of traces of the original Oswego Canal , a verdant mudbank and even stonework like this for a former lock. A detail to look for on the west side of the river just north of Minetto is the beer cave, where Brosemer Brewery used to cool their products in the age before refrigeration.