Inclined planes for use on canals Top double inclined plane Middle upper works of a single inclined plane Bottom upper works of a medium inclined plane powered by a water wheel The inclined plane could be used to transfer vessels in this case tub boats often of iron from one level of a canal to another without the expense of a flight of locks which could make the building of a canal uneconomic Plate based on engravings in A Treatise on the Improvement of Canal Navigation by Robert Fulton London
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