Frederik den VII's canal

Frederik den VII's canal


Løgstør, Denmark (DK)
Frederik VII's Canal or Løgstør Canal is a 4.4 km long and approx. 3 meter deep canal running south from Løgstør to Lendrup Strand. It was instituted to facilitate the passage between Aggersund and Løgstør Bredning in Limfjord by maintaining traffic within Løgstør Land, which was so shallow that we had to tranship goods shipments to flat-bottomed barges (kåge) to get them.
Frederik VII's Canal or Løgstør Canal is a 4.4 km long and approx. 3 meter deep canal running south from Løgstør to Lendrup Strand. It was instituted to facilitate the passage between Aggersund and Løgstør Bredning in Limfjord by maintaining traffic within Løgstør Land, which was so shallow that we had to tranship goods shipments to flat-bottomed barges (kåge) to get them.
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Links: da.wikipedia.org
By: Dania

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