Catoctin Aqueduct

Historical SitesJefferson, MD

An historic canal structure of great importance to the transportation, structural, cultural and social fabric of Frederick County, the Village of Lander, the C&O Canal, the State of Maryland and our nation. The Catoctin Aqueduct site is where, in 1832, two arch rivals, the C&O Canal and B&O Railroad, first competed to concurrently cross at the same location a major tributary of the Potomac River, Catoctin Creek. It's one of 11 stone aqueducts on the 184-mile long canal.

Catoctin Aqueduct

0.6 miles west of Lock 29
Lander Road to Lock 29
Jefferson, MD 21755

Frederick County, MD
301-600-2888

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151 S. East Church St. Frederick, MD 21701
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