Lock story correction

In the Fluvanna Review of March 16 on page 14 in an article written by your correspondent, it is stated that the remains of a navigation lock now on display at Pleasant Grove were taken from the Rivanna River some time ago. It was not taken from the river. The artifact was found in the woodland behind the tree line on the bank. It had been carried there by a flood. The remains were placed in shelter and for many years the heart pine timbers were treated in an effort to preserve them, and the metal was covered with one coat of paint. It is against the law to remove artifacts from the river. We hope you will print this correction statement.

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