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USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919

Caption   USS Wyoming and USS New Mexico passing through Gatun Lock, Panama Canal, 25 Jul 1919 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Navy via navsource.org
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Photos on Same Day 25 Jul 1919
Photos at Same Place Col√≥n, Panama Canal Zone
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 31 Jan 2019

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WW2-Era Place Name Col√≥n, Panama Canal Zone
Lat/Long 9.2733, -79.9227
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