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TRAVEL
TUNNELS
NARROW CANAL
BRANCH
LOCKS
WARWICK
DUDLEY TUNNEL
WORCESTER
BIRMINGHAM CANAL
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Birmingham Canal"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Travel

  1. A unique opportunity to travel the full length of the Worcester - Birmingham Canal.

Tunnels

  1. New Main Line, a revised route for the Birmingham Canal, double towpathed, largely progressing in straight lines using cuttings and tunnels.

Narrow Canal

  1. The Droitwich Junction Canal is a narrow canal, opened in 1854, which linked Droitwich to the Worcester and Birmingham Canal. (Web site)

Branch

  1. Started in 1786 as a branch from the Birmingham canal.

Locks

  1. The Worcester and Birmingham Canal cuts through tunnels and many locks on its descent to Worcester.

Warwick

  1. The route then turns right onto the line of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal, later forming part of the Grand Union Canal. (Web site)

Dudley Tunnel

  1. Act passed to extended to the Birmingham Canal via Dudley Tunnel.
  2. About this time he and John Snape surveyed the extension of the canal to the Birmingham Canal through Dudley Tunnel.

Worcester

  1. At the other end the canal connects with the Worcester and Birmingham Canal at Kings Norton Junction.
  2. The northern section continues, to join the Worcester and Birmingham Canal at Kings Norton Junction in the suburbs of Birmingham. (Web site)
  3. For a sheer test of willpower the Worcester & Birmingham Canal will not disappoint, being the most heavily-locked canal in England. (Web site)

Birmingham Canal

  1. At Warwick, the canal rises by two locks to Budbroke junction (formerly the junction with the then-independent Warwick and Birmingham canal). (Web site)
  2. The canal has one tunnel at Brandwood near King's Norton Junction where it leaves the Worcester & Birmingham Canal. (Web site)
  3. It is located at the junction of the Stratford-upon-Avon Canal and the Worcester and Birmingham Canal and is on the River Rea Cycle Route.

Categories

  1. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Worcester
  2. Water > Waterways > Canals > Dudley Tunnel
  3. Culture > Architecture > Construction > Canal
  4. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham
  5. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Warwick
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