Here are some pictures of the Sault Ste Marie canal and locks, on both the Canadian and US side. The Canadian locks are the oldest, originaly built by the British in the mid 1800s. The American Locals were built in the 1950s as part of the St Lawrence Seaway construction to enable larger ships to reach Lake Superior.
|View of the historical Stone House and Block House from Queen Street, and take Lock Tours by boat, on the Canadian side|
|Views of the International Bridge from the locks|
|US Army Corps or Engineers monument & ship passing through locks|
|Every boy’s favourite: the tugboats!|
|View of Ships in the canal|
|View of US Canal, downtream and upstream|
|Views of US side locks from the International Bridge|