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- King James Bible: Genesis, Chapter 36
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- King James Bible: Numbers, Chapter 6
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- Reflecting on a Willmar family's miraculous trip to Panama
- Locomotive mules pull the ship through the locks. Ship captains turn command over to a canal pilot for the transit. The canal was built between 1904 and 1914.
- Canal's Gronauer Lock could be reburied 25 years after it was first resurrected
- The Wabash and Erie was the Panama Canal of the mid-1800s, linking the Great Lakes and the Ohio River — a 460-mile journey that would have been impossible if not for the 73 locks needed to lower and raise boats at strategic points.
- Panama Canal expansion prompts safety concerns
- In the existing locks, ships are also tethered to electric locomotives, called mules, which run along the dock walls and help align the ships correctly.
- ITF Raises Concerns Over Tugboat Safety in Expanded Panama Canal Locks
- The new locks will call for fundamental changes to canal operations. Most notably, the larger locks will require the use of tugs to maneuver ships in and out them, not locomotives (or mules), as is the case with the existing Panama Canal locks.
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