Canal de la Meuse

The Canal de la Meuse is a commercial waterway and is part of the Waterways of Mainland Europe. It runs for 275.22 kilometres through 59 locks from French - Belgium Border (Canal de la Meuse) (where it joins the Maas (Meuse) - (River Meuse)) to Marne au Rhin - Meuse Jonction (where it joins the Canal de la Marne au Rhin - Western Section).

The exact dimensions of the largest boat that can travel on the waterway are not known. The maximum headroom is not known. The maximum draught is not known.

It has a junction with the Canal des Ardennes: (Main line) at Ardennes - Meuse Jonction.

Notable features of the waterway include: Koeurs Tunelle, Revin Tunelle and Ham-sur-Meuse Tunelle

 
 
 

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French - Belgium Border (Canal de la Meuse)
Ecluse 59 les Quatre Cheminées 0.49 kilometres 0 locks
Ecluse 58 les Trois Fontaines 8.11 kilometres 1 lock
Ham-sur-Meuse Tunelle (portail est) 8.65 kilometres 2 locks
Ham-sur-Meuse Tunelle (portail ouest) 9.48 kilometres 2 locks
Ecluse 57 de Ham 9.95 kilometres 2 locks
Ecluse 56 de Mouyon 15.63 kilometres 3 locks
Ecluse 55 de Montigny 20.83 kilometres 4 locks
Ecluse 54 de Fépin 27.99 kilometres 5 locks
Ecluse 53 de Vanne Alcorps 32.37 kilometres 6 locks
Ecluse 52 de la Roche de l'Uf 36.13 kilometres 7 locks
Ecluse 51 de Saint-Joseph 38.25 kilometres 8 locks
Ecluse 50 de Revin 45.28 kilometres 9 locks
Revin Tunelle (portail nord) 45.55 kilometres 10 locks
Revin Tunelle (portail sud) 45.88 kilometres 10 locks
Ecluse 49 d'Orzy 47.22 kilometres 10 locks
Ecluse 48 des Dames de Meuse 50.77 kilometres 11 locks
Ecluse 47 de la Commune 53.82 kilometres 12 locks
Ecluse 46 de Deville 59.79 kilometres 13 locks
Ecluse 45 de Levrezy 64.98 kilometres 14 locks
Ecluse 44 de Joigny 68.60 kilometres 15 locks
Ecluse 43 de Montcy 79.16 kilometres 16 locks
Charleville Mézières 79.82 kilometres 17 locks
Ecluse 42 de Mézières 81.69 kilometres 17 locks
Ecluse 41 de Romery 85.08 kilometres 18 locks
Ecluse 40 de Dom-le-Mesnil 96.87 kilometres 19 locks
Ardennes - Meuse Jonction
Junction of Canal des Ardennes with the Canal de la Meuse at Pont-à-Bar
98.44 kilometres 20 locks
Ecluse 39 de Donchery 101.92 kilometres 20 locks
Ecluse 38 de Vilette 104.94 kilometres 21 locks
Ecluse 37 de Sedan 108.25 kilometres 22 locks
Ecluse 36 de Remilly-Aillicourt 113.98 kilometres 23 locks
Ecluse 35 de Mouzon 124.51 kilometres 24 locks
Ecluse 34 de l'Alma 131.47 kilometres 25 locks
Ecluse 33 de Pouilly-sur-Meuse 136.31 kilometres 26 locks
Ecluse 32 d'Inor 140.26 kilometres 27 locks
Ecluse Régulatrice de Stenay 147.05 kilometres 28 locks
Ecluse 31 de Stenay 147.81 kilometres 28 locks
Ecluse 30 de Mouzay 151.63 kilometres 29 locks
Ecluse 29 de Sep 155.51 kilometres 30 locks
Ecluse 28 de Dun Sur Meuse 162.43 kilometres 31 locks
Ecluse 27 de Warinvaux 164.35 kilometres 32 locks
Ecluse 26 de Liny-devant-Dun 166.32 kilometres 33 locks
Ecluse Régulatrice de Garde de Vilosnes 171.59 kilometres 34 locks
Ecluse 25 de la Planchette 173.28 kilometres 34 locks
Ecluse 24 de Consenvoye 180.22 kilometres 35 locks
Ecluse 23 de Brabant 182.83 kilometres 36 locks
Ecluse 22 de Samogneux 186.35 kilometres 37 locks
Ecluse 21 de Champ 190.39 kilometres 38 locks
Ecluse 20 de Bras sur Meuse 197.26 kilometres 39 locks
Ecluse 19 de Verdun 204.33 kilometres 40 locks
Canal - Meuse Jonction
Junction of the Canal de la Meuse with the River Meuse
206.22 kilometres 41 locks
Ecluse 18 de Belleray 206.80 kilometres 41 locks
Ecluse 17 d'Haudainville 209.89 kilometres 42 locks
Ecluse 16 de Dieue Aval 214.37 kilometres 43 locks
Ecluse 15 de Dieue 216.43 kilometres 44 locks
Ecluse 14 d'Ambly 223.50 kilometres 45 locks
Ecluse 13 de Troyon 226.56 kilometres 46 locks
Ecluse 12 de Lacroix sur Meuse 232.38 kilometres 47 locks
Ecluse 11 de Rouvroy-sur-Meuse 235.70 kilometres 48 locks
Ecluse 10 de Saint-Mihiel 243.30 kilometres 49 locks
Ecluse 9 de Koeur-la-Petite 248.11 kilometres 50 locks
Ecluse 8 de Han 249.20 kilometres 51 locks
Koeurs Tunelle (nord) 250.71 kilometres 52 locks
Koeurs Tunelle (sud) 250.77 kilometres 52 locks
Ecluse 7 de Vadonville 256.55 kilometres 52 locks
Ecluse 6 de Commercy 263.08 kilometres 53 locks
Ecluse 5 d'Euville 268.94 kilometres 54 locks
Ecluse 4 de Sorcy 273 kilometres 55 locks
Ecluse 3 de Sorcy 273.59 kilometres 56 locks
Ecluse 2 de Sorcy 274.52 kilometres 57 locks
Ecluse 1 de Troussey 275.14 kilometres 58 locks
Marne au Rhin - Meuse Jonction
Junction of Canal de Marne au Rhin and Canal de la Meuse at Troussey
275.22 kilometres 59 locks
 
 
 
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Wikipedia has a page about Canal de la Meuse

The Canal de l'Est (French: "canal of the east") is a canal in northeastern France. It was built from 1874 to 1887 and has a total length of 394 kilometres (245 mi). It consists of two parts: a northern branch linking the Meuse River and the Moselle, and a southern branch linking the Moselle to the Saône. In 2003, these branches were officially renamed Canal de la Meuse and Canal des Vosges, respectively.

Other Wikipedia pages that might relate to Canal de la Meuse
[Canal de l'Est] [Meuse] [Marne–Rhine Canal] [List of canals in France] [Canal des Ardennes] [Meuse-Argonne Offensive] [Mauvages] [Verdun] [Ligny-en-Barrois] [Bar-le-Duc]
Information retrieved Friday 1 January 2016 at 3:24