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Walker Lake Dam
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The Walker Dam holds up the waters of Lake Panache which empties into Walker Lake on it's way to the great lakes.  The dam was reconstructed in the summer of 2002.

Copyright: Richard D. Stack
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Uploaded: 21/10/2011
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Tags: killarney provincial park; ontario; canada; camping; fishing; hunting; photography
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