Lockville Dam, Canal and Powerhouse

Lockville Dam, Canal and Powerhouse

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Lockville Dam, Canal and Powerhouse is a historic dam, canal, and powerhouse located near Moncure, Chatham County, North Carolina. The dam was built in 1922 and replaced and earlier log dam built by the Cape Fear and Deep River Navigation Company. The canal stone walls appear to date from the mid-1850s. The powerhouse was built in 1922, and is a simple brick and concrete structure resting on a massive stone foundation.

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