it would be a deep canal. well below sea level.
it can't be that hard to install some type of a lock system. even throw in a loch system for extra scenery. plus the sheer size of the pumps required just to keep ground water from seeping in would be a spectacular sight/site too. charge $15 admission to tour them on a shore excursion. or $175 to fly over them in a helicopter. or build a pub on top of them. use some type of ferrous metal pint glasses that are attracted by the magnets in the motors. so it takes like 3x the effort to raise them. like 3 G's. pretend it's a natural gravity phenomenon unknown elsewhere in the world. beats that preserved toe thing in the yukon. i guess don't fly the helicopter too low/close you don't want to get caught up in that gravity.
Edited by Victoria Watcher, 19 June 2020 - 06:17 PM.