Gatun Locks, Panama Canal - Stock Image

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Gatun Locks, Panama - April 11, 2007: The central building at Gatun Locks houses some of the machinery that controls the operations of the Panama Canal. This building, constructed in 1913, is part of the landmark construction project that connected the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean through Panama to improve transportation of ships. Panama Canal

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The central building at the Gatun Locks on the Panama Canal was constructed in 1913 on the Chagres River near the city of Colon. Workers, as shown, go in and out, as part of the daily operations of the canal.
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