| "Statistical profile: Erie Canal enlargement,
Eastern Division, commencing in the City of Albany |
and terminating at Higginsville, Oneida Co." (H. C. Seymour, 1851) [HAER, NY,1-COHO,5A-8 through 11]
From the Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Historic American Engineering Record.
| Details from the Statistical profile above.
| "Profile of the Erie Canal showing lengthened locks,
1894" -- from: Annual report of the State Engineer and Surveyor of the State of New
York for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1894
(Albany : James B. Lyon, 1895) -- following p. 24.
|"Canal Profiles" -- from: Recreational Map and Guide to New York State Canals (New York State Department of Transportation)|
|Sections from: History of the Canal System of the State of New York ... / by Noble E. Whitford. (Albany : Brandow Printing Co., 1906), vol. 2.|
Left: "Section of original Erie ... 1817" (p. 1037-1038)
Top right: "Section of Enlarged Erie according to original plans, 1836" (p. 1038).
Bottom right: "Section of Enlarged Erie according to improved plans ..., 1848" (p. 1039-1040).
Left: "Enlarged Erie Canal sections from Buffalo to Clyde (Lockport and Rochester), 1862" (p. 1047-1048)
Top right: "Enlargement of Erie west of Montezuma, 1862", (p. 1043).
Bottom right: "Section of Erie - Eastern Division, as enlarged in 1862" (p. 1040).
| "Standard sections of Erie, 1890"
| "General sections of Barge Canal
improvement on Erie, |
Oswego and Champlain Canals, 1903" (p. 1052-1054).
|Left: [Cross-sections of canal prism - 1862] / S. H. Sweet, Deputy State Engineer and Surveyor. -- From: Annual Report of the State Engineer and Surveyor, on the canals of New York, for the year 1862 (Albany : Comstock & Cassidy, printers, 1863) -- facing p. 288.|