Canal de Bourbourg (southern section)

The Canal de Bourbourg (southern section) is a commercial waterway and is part of the Canal de Bourbourg. It runs for 9.30 kilometres through 2 locks from Aa - Bourbourg Jonction (where it joins the River Aa) to Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut - Bourbourg (southern section) Jonction (where it joins the Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut).

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.


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Aa - Bourbourg Jonction
Junction of River Aa with the Canal de Bourbourg at Guindal
Ecluse du Guindal 0.15 kilometres 0 locks
Bourbourg 3.53 kilometres 1 lock
Ecluse de Bourbourg 3.98 kilometres 1 lock
Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut - Bourbourg (southern section) Jonction
Junction of Canal de Bourbourg (southern section) and Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut at Coppenaxfort
9.30 kilometres 2 locks
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The Canal de Bourbourg is a 19.5 km long canal which connects the Aa River (near Bourbourg) and Dunkerque's inner harbours in the Nord department, in northern France. It forms one segment of the Canal Dunkerque-Escaut.

In the village of Brouckerque, coming from Dunkerque, the canal can either turn right on its path to the Aa at Bourbourg, or continue straight to join the Canal de la Colme near the village of Lynck and continue on to the Aa River at Watten.

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[List of canals in France] [Canal Dunkerque-Escaut] [Coppenaxfort] [Bourbourg] [Ors] [Gravelines] [Arleux] [Wambrechies] [1874]
Information retrieved Friday 1 January 2016 at 17:54