Metamora on the Cincinnati & Whitewater
The Miami & Erie Canal in Cincinnati, similar to Toledo and Cleveland, is difficult to visualize due to superimposed urbanization. The accompanying map shows the original course of the canal. The canal entered Cincinnati on a twelve-mile flat stretch that began at Lockland to the north. "Canal Street" on the map is now the east-west portion of Central Parkway and the flight of locks carrying the canal to Ohio River level is now known as Eggleston Avenue.