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Fox River Aqueduct - Ottawa  






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The Fox River Aqueduct was built to carry the canal over the Fox River and is the largest of the four aqueducts along the Illinois & Michigan Canal. Due to the size of the aqueduct, it was considered one of the engineering wonders of its time. Today, the Illinois & Michigan Canal State Trail uses the aqueduct to transport trail users across the Fox River.


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Located in Ottawa: From Rte. 6 turn south on Champlain St and proceed approximately three blocks to the aqueduct.

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