Chesapeake and Delaware Canal

The Chesapeake and Delaware Canal (C&D Canal) is a 14‑mile (23‑km) long, 450‑foot (137‑m) wide and 40‑foot (11‑m) deep ship canal that cuts across the states of Maryland and Delaware, in the United States. It connects the waters of the Delaware River with those of the Chesapeake Bay (the mouth of the Susquehanna River) and the Port of Baltimore. The C&D Canal is owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. The project office in Chesapeake City, Maryland, is also the site of the C&D Canal Museum and Bethel Bridge Lighthouse.

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Old Lock Pump House, Chesapeake And Delaware Canal - Description
... of a row of buildings at the Back Creek Mooring Basin on the south side of the basin in Chesapeake City, Maryland ... It now functions as the home of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Museum ... The building is now operated as the C D Canal Museum, also known as the Chesapeake Delaware Lock Canal Museum, by the U.S ...
Chesapeake And Delaware Canal - Crossings
... The following are crossings of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal west to east Crossing Carries Location Coordinates Chesapeake City Bridge MD 213 Chesapeake City, Maryland 39°31′45 ... Georges, Delaware 39°33′00″N 75°39′23″W / 39.55°N 75.65639°W / 39.55 -75.65639 (Chesapeake Delaware Canal Bridge) St ... Georges Bridge) Reedy Point Bridge DE 9 Delaware City, Delaware 39°33′30″N 75°34′57″W / 39.55833°N 75.5825°W / 39.55833 -75.5825 (Reedy Point Bridge) ...

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