A sightseeing or "rubber neck" train, which is taken over the Canal work three times each week.
Every facility has been given tourists to view the operations.
About 75,000 people have visited the Canal since January 1, 1910 [approx. 5 years].

Panama and the World's Greatest Canal—by Ralph E. Emery-1915—Leslie-Judge Company

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