The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 16 (1938) > Issues > Issue 1 > Dunkirk Harbour Extension Works
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Dunkirk Harbour Extension Works

DUNKIRK HARBOUR is one of the principal transit points between England and France. Its position, moreover, is remarkable; seawards, its entrance channel opens on a bay crossed by international steamship lines, landwards, it is connecfed with France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and other countries by a system of railway lines and canals all converging towards it. L.P. Brice

Author(s): Brice, L P

Keywords: dunkirk, france;harbours;enlarging;construction work;breakwaters;locks