Lake Washington Ship Canal, U.S. Government Locks, Seattle, Washington. Looking west through Portage Cut from Montlake Bridge, showing revetment constructed by King County in foreground and revetment by U.S. in west end of cut.; Scope and content: The US Army Corps of Engineers extensively photographed many of the Civil Works project and river and harbor improvement that they were involved with. The Lake Washington Ship Canal and the Hiram Chittenden Locks were built to allow passage between fresh water Lake Union and salt water Puget Sound.

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Lake Washington Ship Canal, U.S. Government Locks, Seattle, Washington. Looking west through Portage Cut from Montlake Bridge, showing revetment constructed by King County in foreground and revetment by U.S. in west end of cut.; Scope and content: The US Army Corps of Engineers extensively photographed many of the Civil Works project and river and harbor improvement that they were involved with. The Lake Washington Ship Canal and the Hiram Chittenden Locks were built to allow passage between fresh water Lake Union and salt water Puget Sound.
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