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Kennet Avon Canal Bradford on Avon to Bath

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ST7960
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Winsley Bridge no. 174 : Murhill :

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2007
ST7960 : 2007 : The Avon Valley below Winsley by Maurice Pullin
The parapet of Winsley Bridge - number 174 - on the K&A Canal is bottom centre with the towpath beyond. The river Avon is out of sight behind the railway embankment and Upper Westwood is at the top of the wooded hill beyond that.
Both railway and canal are raised above flood level along the whole of this valley between Bradford on Avon and Bath.
by Maurice Pullin



2005
ST7960 : Kennet & Avon Canal by Michel Van den Berghe
From Winsley Bridge looking toward Bath. Some of the many privately owned boats moored to the towpath which proliferate between Bradford on Avon and Bath. MEP}



2007
ST7960 : Bridge between Murhill and Avoncliff by Simon Palmer
Winsley Bridge, No. 174, carries a track serving the nearby sewage works and a footpath between Winsley and Freshford. MEP



2006
ST7960 : Kennet and Avon Canal,  Winsley Bridge by Pierre Terre
View upstream.
by Pierre Terre



2009


2006
ST7960 : Canalside house, Murhill by Pierre Terre
A isolated house on the north bank of the Kennet and Avon Canal below Winsley.
by Pierre Terre



2009 ST7960 : Canal Bridge by Mark Anderson




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Freshford :

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2011
ST7860 : Kennet and Avon Canal by Philip Halling
The Kennet and Avon Canal near Freshford.
by Philip Halling



2005
ST7860 : Kennet & Avon Canal by Michel Van den Berghe
Appears to be a day boat, probably hired from one of the boatyards in Bath.
Dayboats, as the name suggests, are hired by the day, built on the basic narrowboat design they usually contain everything you would normally expect on a hire boat except the beds. MEP



2007 ST7860 : Reflection on the Kennet and Avon by Robin Elven




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Limpley Stoke Bridge no. 175 :

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2011
ST7861 : The Kennet and Avon Canal by Philip Halling
The Kennet and Avon Canal near Limpley Stoke.
by Philip Halling



1977
ST7861 : Kennet and Avon Canal, Limpley Stoke: canal bed under repair by Dr Neil Clifton
The canal bed along this stretch had been notoriously prone to water loss by seepage, so when the canal was being restored he opportunity was taken to put in a plastic liner. The photograph shows the canal as prepared for this to be put in.
by Dr Neil Clifton



1977
ST7861 : Kennet and Avon Canal: Limpley Stoke Bridge by Dr Neil Clifton
The bridge is seen as in 1977, from the south, when the canal had not yet been restored.
by Dr Neil Clifton



2011
ST7861 : Kennet & Avon Canal, Limpley Stoke  by Stephen McKay
A boat is moored to the south of bridge 175.
by Stephen McKay



2006
ST7861 : Kennet and Avon Canal, Limpley Stoke Bridge by Pierre Terre
Looking downstream. This is the only road crossing between Bathampton and Bradford.
by Pierre Terre



2006
ST7861 : Kennet and Avon Canal below Limpley Stoke Bridge by Pierre Terre
Looking upstream to the bridge.
by Pierre Terre



2002
ST7861 : Limpley Stoke from Kennet and Avon Canal by Martin Clark
Looking south towards the village of Limpley Stoke from the Kennet and Avon Canal, with Conkwell Wood on the left.
by Martin Clark



2006
ST7861 : Kennet and Avon Canal, Conkwell Wood by Pierre Terre
Looking upstream along the canal north of Limpley Stoke Bridge.
by Pierre Terre





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