The SS Ancon leaves the upper locks at Gatun on the first official transit of the Panama Canal in 1914. The first vessel to transit the expanded canal will be determined by an auction.
The SS Ancon leaves the upper locks at Gatun on the first official transit of the Panama Canal in 1914. The first vessel to transit the expanded canal will be determined by an auction. xxx xxx
The SS Ancon leaves the upper locks at Gatun on the first official transit of the Panama Canal in 1914. The first vessel to transit the expanded canal will be determined by an auction. xxx xxx

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