Diecast scale collectors models of Bucyrus-Erie, Ruston-Bucyrus and Komatsu Bucyrus shovels, draglines, excavators, cranes and cable hoes.
The Erie Canal is an artificial waterway that connects the Hudson River to Lake Erie. This historic waterway, first completed in 1825, is one of the most important
A UNIQUE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE 200 YEARS IN THE MAKING Historic “Flight of Five Locks Barge Performance* RAIN LOCATION: Lockport High college. Albany Symphony // David
There are a million boats out there and each one is different. A commercial boat’s beauty is rooted in how efficiently it can perform its intended tasks.
The northern Champlain Canal region departs from the Hudson River and utilizes a mostly artificial channel to Whitehall. Fort Edward, named for a fort used during the
The Erie Canal opens, connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River. Governor DeWitt Clinton of New York, the driving force behind the
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The present Erie Canal rises 566 feet from the Hudson River to Lake Erie through 35 locks. From tide-water level at Troy, the Erie Canal rises through a series of
On both the old “Clinton’s Ditch” and in the early years of the Enlarged Erie Canal, both passenger boats (called “packets” or “packet boats”), usually -drawn