Electric-powered locomotives guide a vessel through the locks of the Panama Canal, which celebrated its 100th anniversary on Friday. For the most part, the canal has blossomed under Panamanian management, contributing more than $8.5 billion in revenue since the Americans handed it over on Dec. 31, 1999.
Electric-powered locomotives guide a vessel through the locks of the Panama Canal, which celebrated its 100th anniversary on Friday. For the most part, the canal has blossomed under Panamanian management, contributing more than $8.5 billion in revenue since the Americans handed it over on Dec. 31, 1999. Arnulfo Franco The Associated Press
Electric-powered locomotives guide a vessel through the locks of the Panama Canal, which celebrated its 100th anniversary on Friday. For the most part, the canal has blossomed under Panamanian management, contributing more than $8.5 billion in revenue since the Americans handed it over on Dec. 31, 1999. Arnulfo Franco The Associated Press

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