Lift lock

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a canal lock.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The annual Lock & Paddle event sees participants try to break the record for the number of paddlers in the Peterborough Lift Lock in Ontario.
See the Anderton Boat Lift lock, known as the Cathedral of the Canals, as well as visit historic Chester.
That stop was the halfway point of our voyage, and so it was time to turn round and head back to our base, which is famously the home of the Anderton Boat Lift, a spectacular Victorian engineering marvel which is a lift lock that raises or lowers boats 50ft between the River Weaver and the Trent and Mersey.
Other delegates and their families were given a tour of the Petroglyphs Provincial Park and enjoyed a hearty meal at Viamede Resort on Stoney Lake before returning to Peterborough to take a boat cruise over the Lift Lock.
Balancers are equipped with a lift lock load hook and are virtually maintenance-free.
Clair Tunnel (Sarnia), and the Peterborough Lift Lock.
Other delegates enjoyed a country ramble, conducted by David Kemlo and Guy Scott, to the Petroglyphs Provincial park, a hearty meal at Viamede Resort on Stoney Lake and a demonstration of the famous Lift Lock first hand on the Lift Lock Cruise.
On your return trip back to the hotel there will be a brief stop at the famous Peterborough Hydraulic Lift Lock the world's highest lift lock with a vertical lift of 65 feet [19.8 metres].