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English: Universal Interoceanic Canal Company at the foot of the Gold Hill in the Culebra Cut 1896.
Español: Compañía Interocénica Universal del Canal al pie del Cerro de Oro en el Corte de la Culebra 1896.
Inadequate machinery, such as the tiny dump cars and the Small Belgian Locomotive Shown here contributed to the failure of the French in the valiant effort to link the Atlantic and the pacific. This photo of an old bucket excavator at work in Culebra Cut at the foot of Gold Hill was made in 1896.
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