Aisne-Marne Canal

Le Canal de l'Aisne à la Marne

The waterway connects la Canal latéral à l'Aisne to le Canal latéral à la Marne.

Navigation on the Aisne-Marne Canal starts at Berry-au-Bac and ends at Condé-sur-Marne.

Construction began in 1841 and ended in 1866.

The Aisne-Marne Canal has a total of 58 kilometres (0.00 miles) of navigable waterway.

There is a total of 24 locks, with an average of 1 lock every 2.42 kilometres (1.50 miles).

The highest point on the Aisne-Marne Canal is 78 metres (255′ 11″ ft) above sea level and the lowest point is at 56 metres (183′ 9″ ft) above sea level.

From Berry-au-Bac to Condé-sur-Marne

The water draft is 1.8 metres (3′ 3″ ft) and the air draft is 3.5 metres (9′ 10″ ft).

General lock size

There are "Freycinet" lock types.
Lock length 39 metres (127′ 11″ ft)
Lock width 5.2 metres (16′ 5″ ft)

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