Kleinmachnow Lock

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Kleinmachnow Lock is toe most important and most distinctive structure on Teltow Canal. As the only lock on the canal, it has the task of overcoming the height difference of 2.70 metres between the Rivers Spree and Havel. The foundation stone of the lock was laid in 1901 and in 1906 it was ceremonially opened by Emperor William II.
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  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Blick von der Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
Today, Machnow Lock, as it is often called, is a protected monument and a popular destination for a day out. In the colonnade of the former footbridge, display cases provide information on the past, present and future of the lock construction, which is symbolic of Kleinmachnow. Since the lockkeeper’s hut on the dock was renovated in 2008, the lock is again open to visitors.

The lock consists of three chambers: The north, middle and south chambers. The south chamber is not in operation. The authority responsible is the Waterway and Shipping Office in Berlin, in the suburb of Neukölln. The waiting areas for sports boats are at kilometre 8.17 to 8.19 and kilometre 8.66 to 8.69.

Location: Teltow Canal kilometre 8.3

Dimensions: North chamber 85 metres long; 12 metres wide; middle chamber 65 metres long; 10 metres wide

Hub: 2.86 metres
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Kleinmachnow Lock is toe most important and most distinctive structure on Teltow Canal. As the only lock on the canal, it has the task of overcoming the height difference of 2.70 metres between the Rivers Spree and Havel. The foundation stone of the lock was laid in 1901 and in 1906 it was ceremonially opened by Emperor William II.
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  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
  • Blick von der Schleuse Kleinmachnow, Foto: Jedrzej Marzecki
Today, Machnow Lock, as it is often called, is a protected monument and a popular destination for a day out. In the colonnade of the former footbridge, display cases provide information on the past, present and future of the lock construction, which is symbolic of Kleinmachnow. Since the lockkeeper’s hut on the dock was renovated in 2008, the lock is again open to visitors.

The lock consists of three chambers: The north, middle and south chambers. The south chamber is not in operation. The authority responsible is the Waterway and Shipping Office in Berlin, in the suburb of Neukölln. The waiting areas for sports boats are at kilometre 8.17 to 8.19 and kilometre 8.66 to 8.69.

Location: Teltow Canal kilometre 8.3

Dimensions: North chamber 85 metres long; 12 metres wide; middle chamber 65 metres long; 10 metres wide

Hub: 2.86 metres
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Machnower Schleuse

14532 Kleinmachnow

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Tel.: +49 (0) 33204-62870
Fax: +49 (0) 33204-618761

Weather Today, 19. 8.

19 22
Rain throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    17 23
  • Sunday
    13 27

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