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1 : an artificial waterway for boats or for irrigation of land
Completed in 1825, the original Erie Canal traversed 363 miles from Albany to Buffalo, the longest artificial waterway and the greatest public works project in North America.
It provided a direct link between Liverpool and the St Helens coalfields, and was the first major artificial waterway to be constructed in England since Roman times.
Nevertheless it was still a daunting prospect or perhaps an act of faith to contemplate building an artificial waterway 363 miles long, by far the longest in the world, with numerous locks, 83 in all, to accommodate the gradient of 568 ft between Buffalo on Lake Erie and Albany on the Hudson river so that the wedding of the waters could take place.
Which artificial waterway connects the Mediterranean and Red seas?
and Canadian artificial waterway connecting the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean, was signed by Pres.
The stretch from Cannon Hill Park to Spaghetti Junction is largely an artificial waterway, as were the sections that passed through (or under) the Rover works and adjacent to Kalamazoo .