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Positioned between Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the Canadian province of Ontario, the Soo Locks is considered one of the world's largest waterway traffic systems. It is estimated nearly 1 million people visit the locks each year to watch one of the estimated 7,000 vessels that pass through annually. — with Drake Smarch.
CMU's Soo Locks Exhibit
2/24/2017 11:25:00 AM
Central Michigan University's Soo Locks Exhibit
Soo Locks' Exhibit
2/24/2017 11:25:00 AM
Spectators line the lock walls as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers vessel Gladwin makes the first lockage through the Davis Lock, October 21, 1914.
Gladwin makes the first lockage through the Davis Lock in 1914
2/24/2017 11:25:00 AM
Finishing touches are being put on Clarke Historical Library's newest exhibit.
CMU's Soo Locks Exhibit
2/24/2017 11:24:00 AM
USACE Command Video Snip
USACE Command Video Snip
10/5/2015 8:56:00 AM
Dave Gerczak, outreach coordinator, took time to talk to Lt. Col. Michael L. Sellers the incoming commander for the Detroit District after the change of command ceremony July 10, 2014.
Speaking to the command
7/17/2014 1:06:00 PM
Dave Wright, chief of operations, greeted the incoming Detroit District Commander, Lt. Col. Michael L. Sellers, at the change of command ceremony July 10, 2014.
Hailing the new commander
7/17/2014 1:06:00 PM
Col. Steven J. Roemhildt, Great Lakes and Ohio River division commander, leads the Offical procession party to the stage during the Detroit District change of command ceremony July 10, 2014; following him are Lt. Col. Robert J. Ells, the outgoing district commander, Lt. Col. Michael L. Sellers, the incoming district commander, and Scott Thieme, the deputy distict engineer for project management.
Official procession party
7/17/2014 1:05:00 PM
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