Seneca Aqueduct

Seneca Aqueduct Seneca Aqueduct — or Aqueduct No. 1 — is a naviduct that carries the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O) over Seneca Creek in Montgomery County, Maryland.

The C&O built eleven aqueducts along its 184.5mi length. Seneca Aqueduct is a unique structure, not only being the first built, but also the only red sandstone aqueduct on the C&O−and the only aqueduct that is also a lock (Lock 24, or Riley's Lock). It is located at the end of Riley's Lock Road in Seneca, Maryland.HistorySeneca Aqueduct was built from 1829 to 1832 with three red sandstone arches q

The C&O built eleven aqueducts along its 184.5mi length. Seneca Aqueduct is a unique structure, not only being the first built, but also the only red sandstone aqueduct on the C&O−and the only aqueduct that is also a lock (Lock 24, or Riley's Lock). It is located at the end of Riley's Lock Road in Seneca, Maryland.HistorySeneca Aqueduct was built from 1829 to 1832 with three red sandstone arches q

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