Cascade Locks and Canal

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The Cascade Locks and Canal was a navigation project on the Columbia River between the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington, completed in 1896. It allowed the steamboats of the Columbia River to bypass the Cascades Rapids, and thereby opened a passage from the lower parts of the river as far as The Dalles. The locks were submerged and rendered obsolete in 1938, when the Bonneville Dam was constructed, along with a new set of locks, a short ways downstream. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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Puedes encontrar por los alrededores puntos de interés y lugares relacionados con Patrimonio Natural / Bosques, Localidades / Poblaciones, Servicios / Escuelas Elementales Públicas, Desfiladeros, Rapids, Mount Hood National Forest, Servicios / Institutos Públicos de Enseñanza Secundaria

Patrimonio Natural / Bosques

  1. Selva Mark O. Hatfield

Localidades / Poblaciones

  1. Carson (Washington)
  2. Carson River Valley (Washington)
  3. Cascade Locks
  4. North Bonneville (Washington)
  5. Stevenson (Washington)
  6. Cascade Locks, Oregon

Servicios / Escuelas Elementales Públicas

  1. Carson Elementary School (Carson, Washington)

Desfiladeros

  1. Cascade Locks and Canal

Rapids

  1. Cascades Rapids

Mount Hood National Forest

  1. Wahclella Falls

Servicios / Institutos Públicos de Enseñanza Secundaria

  1. Cascade Locks School

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