Tidewater Lock

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Tidewater Lock
C and O Tidewater lock and Potomac River.jpg
Waterway Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
Country USA
State Washington, D.C.
Operation Defunct
Length 54 m
Width 4 m
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Coordinates 38°54′00″N 77°03′28″W / 38.8999°N 77.0578°W / 38.8999; -77.0578Coordinates: 38°54′00″N 77°03′28″W / 38.8999°N 77.0578°W / 38.8999; -77.0578

The Tidewater Lock is a dam[1] in Washington, D.C. to the west of the mouth of Rock Creek at the Potomac River, on the east side of Georgetown. It is sometimes listed as Lock 0 on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. On historical canal documents, this is listed as "Tide Lock A".

Canal Documents sometimes list a "Tide Lock B" on section "I" which stood at the lockhouse at 17th and Constitution Ave NW. It was completed in 1834.[2]

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