Lewes and Rehoboth Canal
Originally proposed in 1803, the canal was finally constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers from 1913 to 1916. Despite its intended use as a freight shipment route, it saw little use for that purpose due to the development of more efficient roads and railways; instead, the canal has primarily been used for leisure boating for the majority of its history.
- Some photos taken alongside the canal (from Flickr)
- - Southern terminus
- - Northern terminus
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