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Old October 27th, 2015, 08:27 PM   #101
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The Sea of Azov is the flatest sea of the world. The huge Superships aren't able to go there, so it makes no sense to build a tunnel, which would be much more expansive and difficult, because of the geological circumstances.
Hmm, good point.
So there are no tall ships going there now, and there isn't expected to when the canal to the Kaspian Sea opens?
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Old October 28th, 2015, 07:23 AM   #102
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Hmm, good point.
So there are no tall ships going there now, and there isn't expected to when the canal to the Kaspian Sea opens?
The max depth of Azov sea is 14m and average 7m (panamax type ships are max 12m) i don't think they will dig to make a channel.
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Old October 28th, 2015, 09:29 AM   #103
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Actually there's already a canal from Don to Volga:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volga%E2%80%93Don_Canal

So Azov Sea and Caspian Sea are already connected.
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Old October 28th, 2015, 02:59 PM   #104
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I wanted to mean a canal under sea to allow bigger ships to enter.
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Old October 28th, 2015, 08:10 PM   #105
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For what? That would be a Millenium-Project for billions and billions of dollars and the ships nevertheless couldn't enter to the Caspian Sea. The big ships can dock in Novorossiysk, where is a big port. And those, that can enter tha Don and Volga-Don-Channel, can also pass the brige at Kerch.
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Old October 29th, 2015, 05:43 AM   #106
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which route is better for this canal?
because if they chose northern, they should build a big span in kerch bridge

http://cominganarchy.com/2007/06/10/another-canal/
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Old October 29th, 2015, 01:16 PM   #107
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which route is better for this canal?
because if they chose northern, they should build a big span in kerch bridge
http://cominganarchy.com/2007/06/10/another-canal/
Better to build them both, rather than spending your money on military aggressions in other countries!
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Old October 31st, 2015, 12:39 PM   #108
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Could you cut the crap please?

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which route is better for this canal?
http://cominganarchy.com/2007/06/10/another-canal/
This route (green). It goes through the ancient valley that was linking seas back in the time. And the canal was about one third done during Stalin times already, it is now used as irrigation canal. There are talks about finishing the project because Volga-Don canal is nearing its capacity limit.
But returning to Kerch bridge, the most daring projects of that canal put its depth at about 6 meters and max ship tonnage at about 10000 tons. There will never be huge ships in Caspian sea so the Kerch bridge won't be a limiting factor anyway.
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Old November 4th, 2015, 01:35 PM   #112
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November 3d, ground works at Tuzla island
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Old November 4th, 2015, 01:44 PM   #113
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And some pretty awesome pics of a 1949 project, posted by user genakerch in Russian section.


The so called northern variant:












Project of passenger terminal at Kavkaz railway station - the one on the Taman (eastern) side of the strait:


Krym station on the opposite side:

More pics here
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Nice stations! Happy they didn't build the Stalin statue though.

Who knows, if the bridge is popular, they might build a northern bridge aswell to ease the load.
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Old November 4th, 2015, 03:28 PM   #115
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Who knows, if the bridge is popular, they might build a northern bridge aswell to ease the load.
4-lanes bridge is adequate enough i think. The only reason they would need the second bridge for is if Kerch had population of at least 300-400K and had a twin city on the opposite bank. Might as well erect a giant Putin statue there.
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Uuuh... Is the current version downscaled a bit? like 10 times cheaper perhaps?
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Uuuh... Is the current version downscaled a bit? like 10 times cheaper perhaps?
I'm not sure the cost sheet for that project is available.
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They should build the statue with Putin on the top.
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4-lanes bridge is adequate enough i think. The only reason they would need the second bridge for is if Kerch had population of at least 300-400K and had a twin city on the opposite bank. Might as well erect a giant Putin statue there.
Well you never know. The weather seems quite nice. No reason people wouldn't start to move there if the economy was good.

Haha, much better than the previous suggestion. But as a monarchist, I'd like to see a czar from the past - or if they restore the Romanovs, the next one?
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Well you never know. The weather seems quite nice. No reason people wouldn't start to move there if the economy was good.
If you want to move to Crimea and live happily by the seaside, Kerch is the last place you wanna stay at. It definitely is going to prosper from the bridge, but is it going to turn into a resort? I really doubt that.

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Haha, much better than the previous suggestion. But as a monarchist, I'd like to see a czar from the past - or if they restore the Romanovs, the next one?
So far all i'd want to see is a bridge.

2d temp brdige (Tuzla-Kerch) construction, Nov 4th
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