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Two locks on an red door Royalty Free Stock Photo
Through the Locks, Panama Canal Royalty Free Stock Photo
Gym changing room with storage locks Royalty Free Stock Photo
Ballard Locks Royalty Free Stock Photo
Locks and keys Royalty Free Stock Photo
The Soo Locks Royalty Free Stock Photo
Locks of love Royalty Free Stock Photo
Boat Locks
Panama Canal Locks Royalty Free Stock Photo
Locks and lockpicks at locksmith`s workshop Royalty Free Stock Photo
The Locks At Sunrise Royalty Free Stock Photo
Foxton Locks on the Grand Union Canal, Leicestershire, UK Royalty Free Stock Photo
Caen Locks Devizes England Royalty Free Stock Photo
Love locks on a bridge in Salzburg, Austria Royalty Free Stock Photo
Old wooden door with two locks Royalty Free Stock Photo
Hiram Chittenden locks at Ballard near Seattle move boats from the ocean side of Puget Sound into the fresh waters of Lake Washington. Iron railroad bring in the background. The Salmon Bay Bridge, which is located west of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, is the last bridge to span the Lake Washington Ship Canal before it becomes Puget Sound. Built in 1914 by the Great Northern Railway, it has an opening span of 200 feet and has two tracks.


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