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- was named after three generations of Mooneys who held the position of Lockmaster at Narrows Lock, covering 87 of the first 112 years of the lock's history...
- The McMechen Lockmaster Houses on the Ohio River, also known as the Ohio River Lock & Dam No. 13, were a set of two historic homes located at McMechen...
- Furthermore, there are four blockhouses and some of the original 16 defensible lockmasters residences along the waterway. The original Commissariat Building and...
- Clifton, New Jersey who specialized as a safe-cracker and who has won the Lockmaster's International Safecracking Competition eight times. He is known for...
- East Berlin-based authority operated most waterways and locks, their lockmasters emplo**** by the East. Because of their negligent maintenance, the western...
- Electronic Safe Locks?, retrieved 2019-05-18 "Lockmasters. Lockmasters Little Black Box; LKM522BATMAG". www.lockmasters.com. Retrieved 2019-05-18. "Crimes and...
- retaining walls, concrete piers, and the steel aqueduct. The shops and lockmaster's houses built along the canal were also demolished. The lock was reinforced...
- and waste weir control water levels upstream of the locks. Defensible lockmasters' houses were built at all three stations in Smiths Falls. The house at...
- worked on the Hoover ****, with Robert Pierce as engineer. The first lockmaster was Jack O'Day, then Captain Cox, afterward. The Moore Haven Lock and...
- Uncredited Boniface somnambule Anatole Maurice Labro La p****ante the lockmaster Henri Calef La vie est un jeu Un voleur Raymond Leboursier Ils ├ętaient...