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Three Gorges Project

New Havens in Three Gorges Reservoir(20030702)

A tourism dock is under construction near the Three Gorges Project on the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province June 27, 2003. New havens have appeared following the water storing to the level of 135 meters of the Three Gorges Reservoir on the Yangtze River.

Third Phase of the Three Gorges Project(20030628)

Workers are busy with digging ground for the base of the hydropower plants in the third phase of the Three Gorges Project on the Yangtze River, June 27, 2003. Some 95 percent of the cubic meters of earth and stone needed to move out for the base has now been finished.

No. 2 Power Generator at the Three Gorges Power Project Successfully Generates Power(20030626)

Technicians inspect a hydroturbine of the No. 2 power generator at the Three Gorges Power Project on the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province June 25, 2003. The No. 2 power generator, began trial operation on June 12, at the Three Gorges Power Project, successfully generates power on a trial basis Tuesday and will be put into official operation in August. Twenty-six generators, each with a generating capacity of 700, 000 kw, will be installed in the power station at the Three Gorges, the largest hydroelectric power station in the world. According to a plan, four power generators will start generating power this year at the Three Gorges, on the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, producing 5.5 billion kwh of electricity this year.

Three Gorges Project Opens to Navigation (20030617)

Two passenger ships passed through the huge, towering Three Gorges Dam ship lockon the Yangtze River Monday morning, signifying the accomplishment of a major goal of the world's largest water control project.  

Trial Navigation via Three Gorges Ship Lock Begins(20030616)

A towboat of 3,000 tonnage passes through the permanent ship lock of the Three Gorges Project on the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province during a trial navigation June 15, 2003. The ship lock will be put into operation June 16.(Xinhua) 

Trial Navigation via Three Gorges Ship Lock Begins(20030616)

Navigation through the Three Gorges Area along China's Yangtze River resumed Monday as the four mile-long ship lock went into trial operation. The five-stage permanent ship lock has a drop of over 60 meters.

The Ship Lock Will Be Put Into Operation June 16(20030616)

Two ships are prepared to sail through the permanent ship lock of the Three Gorges Project on the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province during a trial navigation June 15, 2003. The ship lock will be put into operation June 16.

Workers Supervise The Trial Navigation of the Permanent Ship lock(20030616)

Workers supervise the trial navigation of the permanent ship lock of the Three Gorges Project on the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province June 15, 2003. The ship lock will be put into operation June 16.

The Permanent Ship Lock To Be Put Into Operation (20030616)

A towboat of 3,000 tonnage passes through the permanent ship lock of the Three Gorges Project on the Yangtze River in central China's Hubei Province during a trial navigation June 15, 2003. The ship lock will be put into operation June 16.

The Permanent Ship Lock of the Three Gorges Project (20030613)

Photo shows a lock chamber of the permanent ship lock of the Three Gorges Project under debugging in central China's Hubei Province. The ship lock is under debugging at night before its trial operation.
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