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Canal latéral à la Garonne
Beginning waterway: 
Toulouse (Haute-Garonne)
Height beginning waterway: 
132.00 meter
To: 
Castets-en-Dorthe (Gironde)
Height end waterway: 
8.00 meter
Length: 
208 km
Length at opening: 
213 km
Construction decision: 
1838
Start construction: 
1839
Taken in service: 
1855
1856
Also known as: 
Canal de Garonne
Number of locks: 
53
Number of boatlifts: 
1
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The Canal de Garonne, formerly known as Canal latéral à la Garonne, is a French canal dating from the 19th century which connects Toulouse to Castets-en-Dorthe. The remainder of the route to Bordeaux uses the Garonne River. It is the continuation of the Canal du Midi which connects the Mediterranean with Toulouse. Together they and the Garonne River form the Canal des Deux Mers which connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.
Sluis 1 de Lalande
Sluis 2 de Lacourtensourt
Sluis 2 de Lacourtensourt
Sluis 3 de Fenouillet
Sluis 3 de Fenouillet
Sluis 4 de Lespinasse
Sluis 4 de Lespinasse
Sluis 5 de Bordeneuve
Sluis 5 de Bordeneuve
Sluis 6 de Saint Jory
Sluis 7 de l'Hers
Sluis 8 de Castelnau
Sluis 9 d'Emballens
Sluis 10 de Lavache
Pente d'eau de Montech
Pente d'eau de Montech
Sluis 12 de Petrets
Sluis 12 de Petrets
Sluis 13 de Pellaborie
Sluis 13 de Pellaborie
Sluis 14 d'Escudiès
Sluis 15 de Pommiès
Sluis 15 de Pommiès
Sluis 15 de Pommiès
Sluis 17 de Saint Martin
Sluis 17 de Saint Martin
Sluis 53 de Castets
Sluis 53 de Castets
Sluis 53 de Castets
Sluis 53 de Castets
Sluis 53 de Castets