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Nutbrook Canal         
  • This is Old Furnace Lock the third on the canal near to Ilkeston. It has lost its gates but the valve gear can be seen in this image in 2006.
DEFUNCT CANAL IN DERBYSHIRE, ENGLAND
The Nutbrook Canal was a canal in England which ran between Shipley in Derbyshire and the Erewash Canal, joining it near Trowell. It was built to serve the collieries at Shipley and West Hallam, and was completed in 1796.
Grant's Canal         
  • Map of the Vicksburg defenses and De Soto Point.  The lines represent the angles of fire of the Confederate batteries.
CANAL IN LOUISIANA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Grants Canal; William's Canal; Williams' Canal; Williams's Canal
Grant's Canal (also known as Williams's Canal) was an incomplete military effort to construct a canal through De Soto Point in Louisiana, across the Mississippi River from Vicksburg, Mississippi. During the American Civil War, United States Navy forces attempted to capture the Confederate-held city of Vicksburg in 1862, but were unable to do so with army support.
Mahmoudiyah Canal         
  • Postcard showing the Mahmoudiyah Canal
SUB-CANAL FROM THE NILE PORT AT MAHMOUDIA, THROUGH ALEXANDRIA, TO THE MEDITERRANEAN
Mahmoudiyah canal; El-Mahmoudeya Canal; Mahmoudiyah Canal
Mahmoudia Canal ( Agathos Daimon or Megas potamos) is a sub-canal from the Nile River which starts at the Nile-port of Mahmoudia and goes through Alexandria to the Mediterranean Sea. It was built to supply Alexandria with food and fresh water from the Nile.