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CANAL ART TRAIL
WHITTINGTON BROOK
COVENTRY CANAL SOCIETY
MAINTENANCE
COUPLE
MARINA
FIRST NIGHT
GREAT VIEWS
POSSIBLE WAYS
ENGLAND
CANALS
COMPANY
MILES
OXFORD CANAL
COVENTRY CITY
TAMWORTH
NUNEATON
HAWKESBURY JUNCTION
ASHBY CANAL
WAY
FRADLEY JUNCTION
LOCKS
RIVER THAMES
HEAD SOUTH
BRAUNSTON
GRAND UNION
BIRMINGHAM
WARWICKSHIRE
JUNCTION
NORTH
CANAL
COVENTRY
TRENT
MERSEY CANAL
COVENTRY CANAL
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Definitions

  1. The Coventry Canal is a narrow Canal in England which travels for 38 miles (65 km) between Coventry and just north of Lichfield.
  2. The Coventry Canal was constructed to connect the rapidly expanding city of Coventry with the Trent & Mersey Canal.
  3. The Coventry canal was a vital trade artery for many years.
  4. The Coventry canal is still nice and open around the quarries near Nuneaton since BW performed the major vedge-pledge work two years ago.
  5. 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. (Web site)

Canal Art Trail

  1. The history and activities of the society with information on the Coventry canal and the canal art trail.

Whittington Brook

  1. 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

  1. Coventry Canal Society (external) For excellent information and images of the canal art trail and more.

Maintenance

  1. In 1957, Coventry Canal Society was established to promote the proper use and maintenance of the canal, and to protect its interests.

Couple

  1. Canal and Coventry Canal; at Fazeley Junction are a couple of multi storey mills. (Web site)

Marina

  1. From our beautiful marina at Springwood Haven your luxury narrowboat will take a right under Wood Bridge and along the Coventry Canal. (Web site)

First Night

  1. The Coventry Canal continues through several small towns and villages offering plenty of places to moor for your first night. (Web site)

Great Views

  1. The ridge drops away steeply from the crest, with great views out over the Anker Valley and the Coventry Canal.

Possible Ways

  1. 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.

England

  1. The Coventry Canal is a narrow canal in the Midlands of England.

Canals

  1. It was built to serve a system of lakes and canals around Arbury Hall Estate, which joined the Coventry Canal near Marston Junction.
  2. Following a court injunction taken out by the Coventry Canal Company, the two canals were joined in 1777 at Longford. (Web site)

Company

  1. 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.
  2. This reflects a complicated period of ownership and re-leasing when the Coventry Canal company was in financial difficulties during construction. (Web site)
  3. 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. (Web site)

Miles

  1. 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.

Oxford Canal

  1. 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.

Coventry City

  1. To the left some 5 miles down the Coventry Canal is Coventry City itself.

Tamworth

  1. A short video of the marina at Alvecote near Tamworth and the Coventry canal.

Nuneaton

  1. It was not, however, until 1794 that William Jessop and Robert Whitworth proposed a canal from the Coventry Canal near Nuneaton.
  2. 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.

Hawkesbury Junction

  1. At Hawkesbury Junction, also referred to as Sutton Stop after the occupants who once lived here, the Oxford Canal joins the Coventry Canal.
  2. It connects to the Grand Union Canal at Napton-on-the-Hill, and to the Coventry Canal at Hawkesbury Junction just outside Coventry.
  3. Construction of the Oxford Canal began at Hawkesbury Junction on the Coventry Canal in 1769 and reached Cropredy in October 1777.

Ashby Canal

  1. Marston Junction just a few miles north of Hawkesbury Junction on the Coventry Canal is where the Ashby Canal begins.

Way

  1. 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.
  2. You can also explore the Coventry Canal, making your way to the historic city of Coventry without having to get out of your boat.

Fradley Junction

  1. 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.
  2. Very near is Fradley Junction (with the Coventry Canal (detached portion). (Web site)

Locks

  1. 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. (Web site)

River Thames

  1. 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. (Web site)

Head South

  1. In the shadow of a mill that makes red tape, we turn right onto the Coventry Canal and head south. (Web site)

Braunston

  1. The Coventry canal eventually joins up with the North Oxford canal and on to the famous canal centre of Braunston. (Web site)

Grand Union

  1. We have changed canals a couple of times and have travelled on the Grand Union, the Oxford Canal and The Coventry canal.
  2. Although the Grand Union intended to buy the Oxford Canal and Coventry Canal, this did not take place. (Web site)

Birmingham

  1. This is along the main line of the Coventry Canal before the turn at Fazeley Junction onto the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal.
  2. We are just south of Atherstone on the Coventry Canal, hoping to reach Fazeley Junction tomorrow, then head into Birmingham. (Web site)
  3. 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.

Warwickshire

  1. The Ashby de la Zouch Canal passes little bit through Warwickshire from a cross section with the Coventry Canal at Bedworth.

Junction

  1. It sits astride the junction of the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal and Coventry Canal; at Fazeley Junction are a couple of multi storey mills.
  2. The Ashby-de-la-Zouch Canal passes briefly through Warwickshire from a junction with the Coventry Canal at Bedworth. (Web site)
  3. Description: Runs from Farmers Bridge, junction with the BCN Main Line, to Whittington Brook, where it joins the detached section of the Coventry Canal.

North

  1. Got to Hawkesbury junction and headed up the Coventry canal and finally called it a day just north of Polesworth.

Canal

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. 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.
  3. 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. (Web site)

Coventry

  1. 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.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. 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.

Trent

  1. The Coventry Canal leaves the Trent and Mersey Canal at Fradley Junction and runs for 38 miles up 13 locks to Coventry.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Our destination for today was Fradley Junction, where the Coventry Canal leaves the Trent & Mersey and heads back down south. (Web site)

Mersey Canal

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. The Coventry canal continues northwards to end at Fradley Junction where it joins the Trent and Mersey Canal.
  3. The Coventry canal which runs from Coventry City centre to Fradley Jnc where it joins up with the Trent & Mersey canal.

Coventry Canal

  1. The Coventry Canal that flows from Coventry and passes Bedworth, Nuneaton, Atherstone and Polesworth and then further to Tamworth.
  2. Just north of Lichfield the Coventry canal finishes at "Fradley junction" with the Trent and Mersey Canal. (Web site)
  3. The Ashby Canal passes briefly through Warwickshire from a junction with the Coventry Canal at Bedworth. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Mersey Canal
  2. Capitals > London > River Thames > Oxford Canal
  3. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Coventry
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