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Official Twitter account for the New York State Canal Corporation.
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Happy National Maple Syrup Day! There is nothing in the world quite like pure State .
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 16
Check out award-winning short, "Still Here: 200 Years on the Erie Canal". Featuring Schoharie Crossing, breathtaking drone footage of many historic locations along the Canalway & interviews with & staff.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 15
Keeping safe for generations to come - Canals Director Brian Stratton pens an op-ed and discusses some of the details about our vegetation management project.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 14
: A view of five barges at the lower entrance to Lock 3 on the Erie Canal at Waterford, New York. (July 1925)
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 13
Earlier this year, 12 beer tanks heading to made their way down the by barge, from Waterford to Rochester.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 12
Today, we honor and pay tribute to Steve Harrington, a dedicated advocate for getting out on the Erie Canal and enjoying the many activities it has to offer, especially the Fishing Derbies, which he pioneered.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 12
. & NYS Canal Corp Board of Directors will hold a joint meeting this morning at 10:30 am. WATCH LIVE:
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 12
. & NYS Canal Corp governance, audit + finance committees will hold regular joint meetings this morning. Governance committee: 8:30 am | Audit committee: 9 am | Finance committee: 9:30 am WATCH LIVE:
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 11
The New York State Canal Corp is always hiring! We're currently looking for Tug Captains, Structure Operators and Seasonal Helpers. Think you fit the bill? Apply today:
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 10
Learn how you can preserve and protect the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor. Inspire the next generation, invest in its heritage and document its historic resources:
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 9
: There are a total of 57 locks and 17 lift bridges on the Canal System (including the lateral canals).
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 8
Attention communities & businesses! GoBikeErie is preparing to publish their annual Cycle The Erie Canal 2018 Pocket Guidebook - tell them why cyclists and other visitors should spend their time in your community or at your business. MORE:
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Erie Canal Museum Dec 7
From 1911, an O'Brien Construction Co. worker and his team on the Oswego Canal at Minetto, New York. Part of the collections.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 7
The Fullamtown Bridge, a lift bridge over the , was built in 1902 & replaced in 1912. It was located in the area known as Fullam's Basin, now part of the Village of . Photo c. 1911-1912, just prior to the widening of the Canal.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 6
Reminder: NYS Canals will hold a public information meeting TONIGHT in Ilion regarding a project to help complete the Erie Canalway Trail in Herkimer County.
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Erie Canal Museum Dec 6
Canal boats laid up for the cold months in Coenties Slip, originally an artificial inlet in the East River, . This image from is part of the Canal Society of NYS collection. More on Coenties Slip at //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coenties_Slip
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 6
Looking for things to do this weekend? Check out one of 's many events. Once the western terminus of the Erie Canal, Canalside has become a rich site of development, revival and activity in Buffalo.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 5
Where past meets present: world class museums, national parks, historic landmarks, canal sites and vessels, grand movie palaces and theaters, 100-mile mural trail, local crafts, and more than 200 canal communities are here to explore.
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 4
Submit your ideas for the Reimagine the Canals competition! Help us reinvent and revitalize the NYS Canal System!
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NYSCanalCorporation Dec 3
Fun Fact: “Low Bridge, Everybody Down” was published in 1905 by Tin Pan Alley songwriter Thomas Allen after Erie Canal barge traffic was converted from mule power to engine power, raising the speed of traffic.
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