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Deep Creek Locks

CHESAPEAKE, Va. -- Deep Creek Locks - this 25-acre site is named for the Corps of Engineers' lock which separates the salt water of Deep Creek from the fresh water of the historic Dismal Swamp Canal. It is heavily wooded with a combination pedestrian bridge/elevated walkway system to traverse a tidal inlet and marsh area. More than 600 vessels go through the lock each year. (U.S. Army photo/Pamela K Spaugy)

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Taken on September 18, 2013