Fresh water is pumped into the new locks on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal expansion project in Cocoli, near Panama City. The Panama Canal authority will spend the next several months filling the new locks on the Atlantic and the Pacific side of the project, as engineers begin testing the locks.
Fresh water is pumped into the new locks on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal expansion project in Cocoli, near Panama City. The Panama Canal authority will spend the next several months filling the new locks on the Atlantic and the Pacific side of the project, as engineers begin testing the locks. Arnulfo Franco AP
Fresh water is pumped into the new locks on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal expansion project in Cocoli, near Panama City. The Panama Canal authority will spend the next several months filling the new locks on the Atlantic and the Pacific side of the project, as engineers begin testing the locks. Arnulfo Franco AP

Water begins to fill massive Panama Canal expansion locks

June 30, 2015 11:40 AM

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