Definition of Lockage. Meaning of Lockage. Synonyms of Lockage

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Definition of Lockage

Lockage
Lockage Lock"age, n. 1. Materials for locks in a canal, or the works forming a lock or locks. 2. Toll paid for passing the locks of a canal. 3. Amount of elevation and descent made by the locks of a canal. The entire lock will be about fifty feet. --De Witt Clinton.

Meaning of Lockage from wikipedia

- River about 33 miles (53 km) upstream of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. Lockage usually takes between 15 and 20 minutes. The lock operates from 7 am to...
- 715 ft); Improvements to the tugboat fleet; Implementation of the carousel lockage system in Gatun locks; Development of an improved vessel scheduling system;...
- $30 per lock. There is a $5 per lock discount for payment in advance. Lockages are scheduled 12 hours a day between the hours of 07:00 and 19:00 from...
- used for hauling barges, made the first trial lockage of Gatun Locks on September 26, 1913. The lockage went perfectly, although all valves were controlled...
- top lock is the summit of the canal at 450 ft (137 m) above sea level. Lockage water is taken from Wilton Water to the summit at the western end of the...
- 200-foot (370 m) chambers that permit a typical tow to p**** in a single lockage. This modernization process continues today with the construction of a...
- ignition key to the OFF position, which will also cut power, but may cause lockage of the steering wheels and will also disable the power steering and the...
- topography of this area meant that this section of the canal required no lockage. Initial construction on the Erie Canal was begun on this section at Rome...
- and Karl-Liebknecht-Straße in the north. East of the bridge is a large lockage, called Mühlendammschleuse, part of the Spree-Oder waterway. The earliest...
- Severn would have been 9 1⁄2 miles (15 km) long, with 107 feet (33 m) of lockage and a 487-yard (445 m) tunnel at Weston Lullingfileds. Due to the constraints...
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