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- The Coventry Canal is a narrow Canal in England which travels for 38 miles (65 km) between Coventry and just north of Lichfield.
- The Coventry Canal was constructed to connect the rapidly expanding city of Coventry with the Trent & Mersey Canal.
- The Coventry canal was a vital trade artery for many years.
- The Coventry canal is still nice and open around the quarries near Nuneaton since BW performed the major vedge-pledge work two years ago.
- The Coventry Canal is certainly busier than the Oxford and as usual we always met another boat on a blind corner or a bridge hole.
- The history and activities of the society with information on the Coventry canal and the canal art trail.
- The company also built the Coventry Canal between Fazeley and Whittington Brook owing to the former's difficulties in completing its line.
- Coventry Canal Society (external) For excellent information and images of the canal art trail and more.
- In 1957, Coventry Canal Society was established to promote the proper use and maintenance of the canal, and to protect its interests.
- Canal and Coventry Canal; at Fazeley Junction are a couple of multi storey mills.
- From our beautiful marina at Springwood Haven your luxury narrowboat will take a right under Wood Bridge and along the Coventry Canal.
- The Coventry Canal continues through several small towns and villages offering plenty of places to moor for your first night.
- The ridge drops away steeply from the crest, with great views out over the Anker Valley and the Coventry Canal.
- To promote and encourage in all possible ways, the proper use and the maintenance in good order of the Coventry Canal and its connecting waterways.
- The Coventry Canal is a narrow canal in the Midlands of England.
- It was built to serve a system of lakes and canals around Arbury Hall Estate, which joined the Coventry Canal near Marston Junction.
- Following a court injunction taken out by the Coventry Canal Company, the two canals were joined in 1777 at Longford.
- Later the Coventry Canal company bought back the section built by the T&M company, but the middle section remained part of the Birmingham and Fazely Canal.
- This reflects a complicated period of ownership and re-leasing when the Coventry Canal company was in financial difficulties during construction.
- The Coventry Canal Company was formed in 1768 and James Brindley was commissioned to build it, work started on the canal in the december of that year.
- The last 5.5 miles of the Coventry canal, from Hawkesbury junction to the city basin, has been developed and transformed into the City's longest park.
- Weary, we at last we arrived at Hawkesbury junction, where the Oxford canal joins the Coventry Canal, and rang my parents to come and fetch us.
- To the left some 5 miles down the Coventry Canal is Coventry City itself.
- A short video of the marina at Alvecote near Tamworth and the Coventry canal.
- It was not, however, until 1794 that William Jessop and Robert Whitworth proposed a canal from the Coventry Canal near Nuneaton.
- In 1794 William Jessop and Robert Whitworth proposed the construction on a canal from Ashby-de –la –Zouch to join the Coventry Canal near Nuneaton.
- At Hawkesbury Junction, also referred to as Sutton Stop after the occupants who once lived here, the Oxford Canal joins the Coventry Canal.
- It connects to the Grand Union Canal at Napton-on-the-Hill, and to the Coventry Canal at Hawkesbury Junction just outside Coventry.
- Construction of the Oxford Canal began at Hawkesbury Junction on the Coventry Canal in 1769 and reached Cropredy in October 1777.
- Marston Junction just a few miles north of Hawkesbury Junction on the Coventry Canal is where the Ashby Canal begins.
- Its purpose was to provide a link between Birmingham and the south east of England, by way of the Coventry Canal and the Oxford Canal.
- You can also explore the Coventry Canal, making your way to the historic city of Coventry without having to get out of your boat.
- The Coventry Canal terminates near the city centre at Coventry Canal Basin and is navigable for 61 km (38 miles) to Fradley Junction in Staffordshire.
- Very near is Fradley Junction (with the Coventry Canal (detached portion).
- The first two locks on the Coventry Canal were at Glascote and, like all those on the Coventry, they are quick enough to empty but take ages to fill.
- The beautiful Oxford Canal runs for 77 miles, connecting to the Coventry Canal at Hawkesbury Junction and to the River Thames (or Isis) at Oxford.
- In the shadow of a mill that makes red tape, we turn right onto the Coventry Canal and head south.
- The Coventry canal eventually joins up with the North Oxford canal and on to the famous canal centre of Braunston.
- We have changed canals a couple of times and have travelled on the Grand Union, the Oxford Canal and The Coventry canal.
- Although the Grand Union intended to buy the Oxford Canal and Coventry Canal, this did not take place.
- This is along the main line of the Coventry Canal before the turn at Fazeley Junction onto the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal.
- We are just south of Atherstone on the Coventry Canal, hoping to reach Fazeley Junction tomorrow, then head into Birmingham.
- Its purpose was to provide a link between Birmingham and the south east of England[ citation needed], by way of the Coventry Canal and the Oxford Canal.
- The Ashby de la Zouch Canal passes little bit through Warwickshire from a cross section with the Coventry Canal at Bedworth.
- It sits astride the junction of the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal and Coventry Canal; at Fazeley Junction are a couple of multi storey mills.
- The Ashby-de-la-Zouch Canal passes briefly through Warwickshire from a junction with the Coventry Canal at Bedworth.
- Description: Runs from Farmers Bridge, junction with the BCN Main Line, to Whittington Brook, where it joins the detached section of the Coventry Canal.
- Got to Hawkesbury junction and headed up the Coventry canal and finally called it a day just north of Polesworth.
- The canal connects the Coventry Canal to the River Thames and opened from Coventry in 1778, although it was not completed southward to Oxford until 1790.
- The canal starts at a junction with the Coventry Canal just outside Bedworth and travels north-east for about 7 miles (11 km) through the town of Hinckley.
- The canal was projected to run connect the Coventry Canal to the River Thames and the Act of Parliament authorising it was passed in 1769.
- Coventry Canal The Coventry Canal is a narrow Canal in England which travels for 38 miles (65 km) between Coventry and just north of Lichfield.
- The canal begins at Hawkesbury junction, also known as Sutton Stop, where it connects with the Coventry Canal, four miles from the centre of Coventry.
- The canal begins at Hawkesbury junction (also known as Sutton Stop') where it connects with the Coventry Canal, four miles from the centre of Coventry.
- The Coventry Canal leaves the Trent and Mersey Canal at Fradley Junction and runs for 38 miles up 13 locks to Coventry.
- A varied route down the North Oxford, up the Grand Union to the River Soar and the Trent & Mersey, then back down the Coventry Canal.
- Our destination for today was Fradley Junction, where the Coventry Canal leaves the Trent & Mersey and heads back down south.
- We turn at Norton Junction onto the Oxford Canal and Coventry Canal and rejoin the Trent and Mersey Canal at Fradley Junction for our homeward journey.
- The Coventry canal continues northwards to end at Fradley Junction where it joins the Trent and Mersey Canal.
- The Coventry canal which runs from Coventry City centre to Fradley Jnc where it joins up with the Trent & Mersey canal.
- The Coventry Canal that flows from Coventry and passes Bedworth, Nuneaton, Atherstone and Polesworth and then further to Tamworth.
- Just north of Lichfield the Coventry canal finishes at "Fradley junction" with the Trent and Mersey Canal.
- The Ashby Canal passes briefly through Warwickshire from a junction with the Coventry Canal at Bedworth.
- Mersey Canal
- Capitals > London > River Thames > Oxford Canal
- Countries > United Kingdom > England > Coventry
- United Kingdom > England > Northamptonshire > Grand Union Canal
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