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To dig deeper, either before or after your visit, see our lists below of inventory, GPS coordinates, aerial views of the Trail and more...
Locks and feeder dams in Franklin County:
Originally, there were 23 Locks and three Feeder Dams in Franklin County. Today, 14 Locks and one Feeder Dam still exist. Some are on private property.
Lock locations and names:
Original Canal Terminals:
Lock 18 Brookville Basin N39degrees 24.903' W85degrees 00.771'
Lock 19 Brookville (north) N39degrees 25.688' W85degrees 01.035'
Butler Run Culvert N39degrees 25.698' W85degrees 01.059'
Lock 20 Boundary Hill N39degrees 25.781' W85degrees 02.363'
Lock 21 Yellow Bank N39degrees 26.191' W85degrees 03.708'
Lock 22 Twins N39degrees 26.195' W85degrees 05.698'
Lock 23 Twins N39degrees 26.118' W85degrees 05.540'
Lock 24 Millville N39degrees 26.825' W85degrees 07.440'
Lock 25 Metamora N39degrees 26.826' W85degrees 08.151'
Courtesy of Paul Baudendistel and Donald Burden. If you find a more accurate reading, please let us know.
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Contact Us : Whitewater Canal Trail/ P.O. Box 126, Brookville, IN 47012/ 513-295-4820/
The goal of the Whitewater Canal Trail, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit corporation, is to foster activities along the Whitewater Canal corridor that focus on historical preservation and interpretation, outdoor recreation and natural resource conservation while promoting sustainable development and improved quality of life in connected communities.