Chenango Canal

What's left of the Chenango Canal

The Chenango Canal was a towpath canal that was built and operated in the mid-19th century in Upstate New York. It was 97 miles long and for much of its course followed the Chenango River, from Binghamton on the south end to Utica on the north end. It operated from 1834 to 1878 and provided a significant link in the water transportation system of the northeastern U.S., connecting the Susquehanna River to the Erie Canal.

Chenango Canal historic location sign

Historic sign for the Chengango Canal in Bingamton

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