Yes, Zanshin.. that's it. the southern entrance to Nova Scotia's Bras d'Or lakes, really a tidal salt water sea. The double locks you refer to are due to the possibility of either end of the canal being higher at any given time (because the 'lakes' are tidal fed from the northeastern entrance, which is not locked)So bounce back a couple of thousand miles to the east coast.
YooHoo - Google is my friend. I guessed that it might be Nova Scotia. Can it be the St. Peters Canal?
The tides in the Cape Breton area are much less extreme than the Bay of Fundy.Is it just the Bay of Fundy with huge tides or are there significant differences in water level here as well?
Ok - here's an "artsy" picture
Yes, probably... just trying to pass the baton. ... but 'difficult' is different places for different people, and there should be something about the pic that is uniquely identifying so that even a non local has a chance to guess/figure it out.I know what that is but would be cheating if I had to Google the keywords, plus I haven't been there (yet). I can see that we are going to have to delve deeper into the picture box for some more difficult subjects!