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Low water brings rare glimpse of old bridge and Pa. Canal at Conemaugh River Lake

Remnants of the Pennsylvania Canal built in the 1800s were visible because of low water in the Conemaugh River Lake on July 6<ins>,</ins><ins>2020</ins>.

Low water levels in the Conemaugh River Lake have exposed some archaeological artifacts: abutments to a railroad bridge and remnants of the Pennsylvania Canal system from the 1800s.


Source: The Tribune-Review

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