Embranchement de Belfort

The Embranchement de Belfort is a broad canal and is part of the Rhone au Rhin - Branche Sud. It runs for 9.75 kilometres through 5 locks from Rhône au Rhin - Belfort Jonction (where it joins the Rhone au Rhin - Main Line) to Pont a la Rue du Port (where it is cut from the rest of the canal by Route 36 (E60)).

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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Rhône au Rhin - Belfort Jonction
Junction of the Canal du Rhône au Rhin, branche Sud with the Embranchement de Belfort
Pont de l'Allée Henri Hugoniot 1.03 kilometres 0 locks
Pont de la Rue du Pâquis 1.92 kilometres 0 locks
Ecluse 1 de Brognard 3.01 kilometres 0 locks
Ecluse 2 de Dambenois 4.21 kilometres 1 lock
Ecluse 3 de Trétudans 6.30 kilometres 2 locks
Ecluse 4 de Trétudans 7.07 kilometres 3 locks
Ecluse 5 de Bermont 7.85 kilometres 4 locks
Pont-canal du Savoureuse 7.91 kilometres 5 locks
Pont a la Rue du Port
Limit of Navigation
9.75 kilometres 5 locks
 
 
 
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Wikipedia has a page about Embranchement de Belfort

The Embranchement de Belfort is a canal in eastern France. It connects Botans to the Canal du Rhône au Rhin. It is 9.7 km long with five locks. Originally designed as Canal de Montbéliard à la Haute-Saône to Belfort for a length of 14.9 km. It was to form a link with the Saône at Conflandey.

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Information retrieved Tuesday 5 January 2016 at 8:39