Ems-Jade Canal

Ems-Jade Canal

 

a navigation canal in the Federal Republic of Germany. The Ems-Jade Canal connects the city of Emden at the mouth of the Ems River, on the Dollart, with Wilhelmsha-ven, located on Jade Bay of the North Sea. The canal, which is 72.3 km long and has three locks, is accessible to vessels with displacements of up to 300 tons. It was opened in 1887.

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Contract notice: planning and construction of a movable temporary bridge over the ems-jade canal
May 4: As a patrol approached the bridge at MR 998410 it was blown and the enemy opened fire from across the Ems-Jade Canal. In this skirmish Cpl Morrison was killed and Sgt Dabbs later died of wounds.
Zblins will be responsible for an 86m triple-span composite bridge over the Ems-Jade Canal, two additional rail bridges, three road overpasses and four deep foundations.
It has, however, in many respects, a key element of the development in the country on both sides of the Ems-Jade Canal.According to the RDC (Regional Development Strategy) the following fields of action were idendifiziert for the region: rural life in East Friesland; Rowing on the future; Good reason for man and nature; The heart of East Friesland and climate-friendly mobility; For more information, visit the website: www.emden.de/fileadmin/media/stadtemden/PDF/FB_300/FD_361/Stadtplanung/REK/rek_mittleres_ostfriesland.pdf