July 19, 2014

Above: These are trains used to guide the large ships into the canal and to not bang the sides, in the Pedro Miguel Lock, by the town of the same name reputed
to be named after a particulary excellent worker who helped build the canal, although legend has it the person's real name may have been Peter McGee.

Below: Pictures 1 and 2, construction trucks deliver dirt.
Pictures 3 to 9 are views within the Pedro Miguel Lock, including the train guiding the Century Melody from the lock walls in #6.
Picture 10 is a boat in the Flamenco Marina.
Pictures 11 and 12 are views entering and inside the Miraflores Locks.

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