Ecluse 1 de Neuves-Maisons

Chemin du Haut Clos, Neuves-Maisons, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Grand Est, France
Ecluse 1 de Neuves-Maisons is a minor waterways place on the Moselle between Moselle - Marne au Rhine (Ouest) Jonction (Junction of the Moselle with the western section of Canal de la Marne au Rhine. Toul) (26.82 kilometres and 2 locks to the west) and Neuves Maisons (Canal des Vosges joins Moselle) (1.24 kilometres to the east).
The nearest place in the direction of Moselle - Marne au Rhine (Ouest) Jonction is Ecluse 2 de Villey-le-Sec; 13.69 kilometres away.

This is a lock with a rise of .

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