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==See==
 
==See==
[[Image:Ohio_River_lock.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Pike Island]]
 
 
*<see name="Blaine Hill S Bridge" alt="" address="" directions="Route 40 in Blane, Ohio" phone="" url="http://bridgestunnels.com/bridges/ohio/blaine-hill-s-bridge-formerly-us-40/" hours="" price="" lat="40°4′0.92″N" long="80°49′15.49″W">Carries Route 40 over Wheeling Creek at the edge of Blaine. The Blaine Hill "S" Bridge was designated the Ohio Bicentennial Bridge in 2003, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 17, 2010. Built in 1826, it is the oldest standing bridge in Ohio. Its three stone arches span approximately 385 feet.</see>
 
*<see name="Blaine Hill S Bridge" alt="" address="" directions="Route 40 in Blane, Ohio" phone="" url="http://bridgestunnels.com/bridges/ohio/blaine-hill-s-bridge-formerly-us-40/" hours="" price="" lat="40°4′0.92″N" long="80°49′15.49″W">Carries Route 40 over Wheeling Creek at the edge of Blaine. The Blaine Hill "S" Bridge was designated the Ohio Bicentennial Bridge in 2003, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 17, 2010. Built in 1826, it is the oldest standing bridge in Ohio. Its three stone arches span approximately 385 feet.</see>
*<see name="Pike Island" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Two locks and a gated dam, one of the two major types of dams in service. Controls the water level in the navigation pool upriver of the dam. Machinery moves large chains which lift gates that are hinged into the body of the piers. The gates are raised or lowered to control the amount of water flowing under them. The upstream pool is maintained at a relatively constant level for an authorized depth of at least 9 feet throughout its length. The dam cannot be operated to control flood flows.</see>
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*<see name="Pike Island" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Two locks and a gated dam, one of the two major types of dams in service. Controls the water level in the navigation pool upriver of the dam. Machinery moves large chains which lift gates that are hinged into the body of the piers. The gates are raised or lowered to control the amount of water flowing under them. The upstream pool is maintained at a relatively constant level for an authorized depth of at least 9 feet throughout its length. The dam cannot be operated to control flood flows.[[Image:Ohio_River_lock.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Pike Island]]</see>
 
===Itineraries===
 
===Itineraries===
  

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