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- Great Lakes Waterway Inland waterways of the United States International waters List of countries by waterways length List of waterways List of canals...
- Scotland, British Waterways continues to operate as a standalone public corporation under the trading name Scottish Canals. The British Waterways Board was initially...
- Canals are waterways channels, or artificial waterways, for water conveyance, or to service water transport vehicles. They may also help with irrigation...
- notified Inland National Waterways (NWs) in India identified for the purposes of inland water transport, as per The National Waterways Act, 2016. Out of the...
- India has 14500 km of inland waterways. Out of which only 5685 km are navigable by mechanised vessels. Inland Waterways Authority of India, aims to raise...
- "Emerald Waterways launches ship on the Mekong". "Emerald Waterways announces exclusive charters for new Croatia itinerary". "Emerald Waterways' New Mekong...
- few waterways in Goa, West Bengal, ****am, and Kerala. Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) is the statutory authority in charge of the waterways in...
- Waterways Waterways is a locality within the Regional Muni****lity of Wood Buffalo in northern Alberta, Canada. It is now a neighbourhood within the Fort...
- forbidden. Construction on Waterways Estate began in May 2000, due to end within five years. Waterways got its name from its waterways which are essentially...
- distinguishes international maritime waterways (including ship canals), international inland waterways, then inland waterways, including canals and large lakes...
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