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    Kentucky Lock gets new tow haulage unit [Image 3 of 3]

    Kentucky Lock gets new tow haulage unit

    GRAND RIVERS, KY, UNITED STATES

    11.05.2013

    Photo by Fred Tucker 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District

    Kevin Phebus, Nashville District Tennessee River Operations Center, welds plates securing a new tow haulage rail on Kentucky Lock wall Nov. 5, 2013. Nashville District employees completed the Tow Haulage Unit Replacement Project on time at Kentucky Lock in Grand Rivers, Ky., Dec. 5, 2013, and the lock has resumed 24-hour operations. The new unit should move unpowered tows more efficiently and also eliminate a winter icing problem caused by the design of the 69-year-old tow haulage unit installed in 1944, according to Jeff Ross, Nashville District navigation chief. (USACE photo by Fred Tucker)

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    Date Taken: 11.05.2013
    Date Posted: 12.10.2013 17:18
    Photo ID: 1069376
    VIRIN: 121105-A-HL948-012
    Resolution: 1537x1215
    Size: 1.21 MB
    Location: GRAND RIVERS, KY, US 

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