This alternative take on a bridge is very clever indeed. Instead of carrying people over the water, it takes them through it! The name comes from the biblical event of Moses splitting the water of the Red Sea in order that his people may walk through it. Although this idea would not work as well in the canal, at least not without a series of mechanics to move or raise the bridge, it is hard to ignore the simple genius and individuality of this design. If a way of incorporating such an idea into the canal is possible, I will endeavour to find it!!