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Empire Sandy in Lock 6
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The Empire Sandy sailing ship downbound at Lock 6 in the Welland Canal. The Welland Canal connects Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, bypassing Niagara Falls. Each summer for Canal Days in Port Colborne the Empire Sandy travels from Toronto to take place in a marine heritage festival. After the last day it heads back through the canal taking passengers along for the ride. Lock 6 raises or drops ships approximately 40 feet in 10 minutes.
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