The Delaware and Raritan Canal (D&R Canal) in central New Jersey (USA) was originally built in the 1830s to connect the Delaware River and Raritan River. It was an economical (and much shorter) route to reliably transport freight between Philadelphia and New York City, especially coal from the anthracite fields of eastern Pennsylvania.
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