Ronquières inclined plane

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The Ronquières Inclined Plane is a Belgian canal inclined plane on the Brussels-Charleroi Canal in the province of Hainaut in Wallonia that opened in April 1968 after six years of construction. It is in the municipality of Braine-le-Comte and takes its name from the nearby village of Ronquières.

The purpose of the construction was to reduce the delays imposed by the 14 locks , which had hitherto been needed for the canal to follow the local topography.


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Braine-le-Comte,Ronquières, Henegouwen, Belgium

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