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Kennet Avon Canal Newbury to Devizes

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Creative Commons Licence [Some Rights Reserved]   Text © Copyright January 2011, Maurice Pullin; licensed for re-use under a Creative Commons Licence.
Images also under a similar Creative Commons Licence.

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Park Bridge No.139: Cemetery Road Bridge No.140: Devizes Wharf:

SU00612011 SU0061 : Kennet & Avon Canal, Devizes by Stephen McKay
2011 SU0061 : Devizes Town Council - miniature narrowboat by Stephen McKay
2011 SU0061 : Park Bridge, Kennet & Avon Canal by Stephen McKay
2015 SU0061 : Heading east towards Park Bridge by Christine Johnstone
2017 SU0061 : Kennet and Avon canal from Wharf Bridge by David Smith
2015 SU0061 : Devizes, Cemetery Road Bridge by Mike Faherty
2013 SU0061 : The canal at Devizes Wharf by Shazz
2014 SU0061 : Devizes Wharf by Michael Dibb

SU0061 : Canal from Park Bridge, Devizes by Chris Heaton
This looks west up the Kennet and Avon Canal from Park Bridge, observed while walking the Wessex Ridgeway
by Chris Heaton

SU0061 : Cemetery Road Bridge, Kennet and Avon Canal, Devizes by Dr Neil Clifton
Seen from the east. The bridge carries a minor road leading from the Town Centre to the cemetery to the north of Devizes.
by Dr Neil Clifton

SU0061 : Changing sides again by Christine Johnstone
The Kennet and Avon towpath rising to the footbridge, where it crosses to the other side of the canal. Devizes town wharf, and Wadworth's brewery are on the opposite side of the canal, and to ensure their security, the towpath was made to swap sides for 500 metres.
by Christine Johnstone

2007 - You won't be wasting time writing comments then Ben.
SU0061 : Devizes Wharf by Ben Croft
It is the 2007 CAMRA Beer Festival day.
by Ben Croft

SU0061 : The Wharf Theatre at Devizes by Trevor Rickard
View westwards along the Kennet & Avon Canal at Devizes Wharf to the theatre building on the left. The theatre is a converted warehouse and has an intimate atmosphere provided by the 96-seat capacity. The theatre company has a really good reputation.
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by Trevor Rickard

SU0061 : Devizes Wharf by Russel Wills
On the Kennet and Avon Canal - leisure not commerce is the main use now.
by Russel Wills

SU0061 : Devizes: the wharf by Chris Downer
The Devizes wharf, on the Kennet & Avon Canal, features a small canal museum/shop and a place to relax in pleasant surroundings.
by Chris Downer

SU0061 : Devizes Wharf by Mike Todd
The building opposite is the headquarters of the Kennet & Avon Canal Trust. It also houses the Trust Museum and the Trust Shop.

SU0061 : Devizes Wharf by David Martin
The red brick canal warehouse is now the Wharf Theatre. Viewed from the towpath on the opposite side of the canal.
by David Martin

SU0061 : Devizes: canal and barrels by Chris Downer
Barrels are towered high, left of picture, in the yard of the Wadworth's brewery alongside the Kennet & Avon Canal.
by Chris Downer

SU0061 : Devizes: Kennet & Avon Canal by Chris Downer
Looking eastbound along the canal, with a colourful display of flowers on the bank on the left.
by Chris Downer

SU0061 : Kennet and Avon canal, near Northgate Street bridge, Devizes by Brian Robert Marshall
Facing east north east. The photographer was standing on a lock-gate when the image was obtained.
by Brian Robert Marshall


Here, with our backs (well, Brian's back) to the top lock of the Devizes flight, we must end this part of our trip along the Kennet & Avon Canal; but we cannot go without paying our respects to two of Devizes' most venerated citizens performing a vital function.
SU0061 : The Wadworths Brewery Dray by Ben Croft
Royal and Max provide the horsepower at the CAMRA Beer Festival.
by Ben Croft

Suggestions welcome

In preparing this article have paid much attention to descriptions, saves writing them myself.

Suggestion for Category: "Navigable Inland Waterways"

My apologies if your favourite canal pic. has been omitted from this collection it will be for one or both of the following reasons:

1/ The description was inadequate or there was a better one of the same subject.

2/ The picture was repetitive or of poor quality.

(left a few of my own out for one or both of the above reasons)

Revised February 2013
Tidied and some more recent pics added 2017


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