Caledonian-canal



a canal in N Scotland, extending NE from the Atlantic to the North Sea. 60½ miles (97 km) long.
noun
a canal in N Scotland, linking the Atlantic with the North Sea through the Great Glen: built 1803–47; now used mostly for leisure boating

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