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Winter on the Canal By David Maclean
After the end of World War II, the growth of transport by inland waterways in Europe, coordinated by the various international authorities, resulted in an enlarged and integrated network brought up to a minimum common standard for craft of 1,350 tons. With the Rhine, the Moselle, and their tributaries dominating the German system and providing outlets for the Dutch and Belgian systems and connecting with the French network, main improvements were concentrated on the international Main-Danube Canal and on improving the north-south route of the Nord-Sud Canal (or Elbe-Seitenkanal). The latter canal (completed in 1976) leaves the Elbe about 32 km (20 miles) above Hamburg and, running south, joins the Mittelland Canal near Wolfsburg, Germany, reaching a total of 115 km (71.5 miles) and shortening the route between Hamburg and the Ruhr by 216 km (134 miles).
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