The canal bridge


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Canal bridge at Châtillon-sur-Cher

The canal bridge allows the canal de Berry to span the river Sauldre in five arches over sixty metres.

The structure was built between 1830 and 1850 to link the production sites of Central France with the larger cities and especially the Atlantic Ocean.


The canal bridge is now registered as a historic monument.


On site you will find a car park, a picnic area, and information boards.


Châtillon sur Cher Town Hall
Tel: +33 (0)2 54 71 02 82