Here's to the Irish who helped dig the Erie Canal! Their biggest contributions were to building the canal in Montezuma, the Irondequoit berm near Rochester, and Lockport. A greater number of Irish immigrants played a role in enlarging the canal in the mid-1800s to allow for larger boats and more traffic.#stpatricksday#eriecanalway#eriecanal#lockportny
Governor Cleveland prepares to enter Lock 10 on the Erie Canal, en route to Amsterdam, N.Y. The tug was built specifically for the canal by Buffalo Marine Engineering in 1927. • Read the feature online in our March issue. 📷: Brian Gauvin
This coordinate keychain customized for Lake Erie is a classic gift for the person in your life that loves the lake. These keychains come in Stainless Steel and Brass. One side features the coordinates of the center of Lake Erie and the opposite side has Erie & Anchor engraved.
In conjunction with the release of a new Erie Canal themed cocktail (Hint: “Sal”) being debuted at @810meadworks this Saturday, we will be printing a few copies of our single “Low Bridge (Erie Canal)”, and naturally to save on printing costs, this new b/w design came to life, of which I’ve come to love even more than the original 🤔 maybe this single will be kickin around at future shows, (features our regular and instrumental versions)
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Charming Pittsford One-Level Living with Approximately $50,000 of Updates! 🏡
Steps away from the Erie Canal and nearby the Village of Pittsford and Bushnell's Basin!
We had the pleasure of hosting a fascinating lecture on the "Morgan Affair" of 1826 by Dr. Mark Schmeller, associate professor of history at Syracuse University. We're very grateful to this outstanding speaker for sharing his time and research on this event in our history, and grateful to everyone who attended! #history#eriecanal#eriecanalmuseum#syracuse#speaker#newyorkstate#thankyou
Capt. Mike Coon finesses the wheel of Governor Cleveland as the tug makes its way to Amsterdam, N.Y., above Lock 10 for a celebration marking the Erie Canal’s 200th birthday. • Read the story in the March issue online. 📷: Brian Gauvin