Antietam Aqueduct

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By AlbinoFlea @ 2006-04-23 10:12:56

Unique among Washington County's early 19th century stone bridges are the structures which carried the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal over streams in the county. Built in 1834, this three-arch span is one of the larger of these, crossing the mouth of Antietam Creek.
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