Delaware Canal Photos

Lock 11, in New Hope, PA, is being restored!

February, 2004

Lock 11,looking North

In New Hope, PA, Lock 11 is being restored and made operational. The Locktender's House Museum is hidden behind the taller Evergreen Tree. The Photo is looking North. 2/4/04

Lock 11 bottom

Lock 11 being restored. The wood at the bottom of the lock was installed prior to the end of the Delaware Canal's operational era in 1931. Looking South, 2/4/04

Lock 11, looking across upper end

This photo shows the Upper End of Lock 11 during restoration. 2/4/04

Lock 11 area during restoration

Looking North, this photo shows the upper end of Lock 11 and the canal above. The yellow plow is clearing decades of mud from the bottom of the canal. The New Hope Canal Boat Company's mule-drawn canal boat rides load and unload here during their operating season. The Locktender's House and Museum is off the picture to the right. 2/4/04

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