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Kennet Avon Canal Newbury to Devizes

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SU3468

Station Road Bridge No.48:

SU34682009 SU3468 : Canal east of Hungerford by Graham Horn
2013 SU3468 : The Orange Way after Wiltshire (14) by Shazz
2009 SU3468 : Canal east of Hungerford by Graham Horn
2010 SU3468 : Hungerford - Kennet And Avon Canal by Chris Talbot
2008 SU3468 : Hungerford - Kennet And Avon Canal by Chris Talbot
2008 SU3468 : Sanitary Station bridge by Graham Horn
2009 SU3468 : West along the Kennet and Avon canal, Hungerford by anonymous1000
2014 SU3468 : Kennet & Avon Canal by Mike Smith


2008
SU3468 : Kennet and Avon Canal east of Hungerford 13 by Jonathan Billinger
A passing narrowboat and dog-walkers on the towpath.
by Jonathan Billinger


2008
SU3468 : Kennet and Avon Canal east of Hungerford 14 by Jonathan Billinger
Approaching Hungerford from the east - helmsman's view.
by Jonathan Billinger


2008
SU3468 : Hungerford - Towpath by Chris Talbot
Part of the towpath alongside the Kennet And Avon Canal.
by Chris Talbot


2009
SU3468 : Kennet and Avon canal, Hungerford by anonymous1000
The viewpoint is a footbridge over the canal that eventually terminates in the High Street behind the viewpoint.
by anonymous1000


1976
SU3468 : Footbridge to Hungerford Station, Kennet and Avon Canal by Dr Neil Clifton
The towpath is on the south side here, having changed sides at Dunmill Bridge, so this again is a westward-facing photograph, with Hungerford Station just out of picture to the left. The attractive small building on the right is a sewage pumping station.
by Dr Neil Clifton


2009
SU3468 : Sanitary Station bridge by Graham Horn
A pedestrian bridge over the Kennet and Avon Canal. It is popularly know as sanitary station bridge because the brick building to right is a boat facilities point, for filling with drinking water, emptying toilets and disposing of rubbish. They can be found on all canals, at convenient places at about 10 mile intervals.
by Graham Horn


2010
SU3468 : Tree in the way by Paul Gillett
The fallen tree appeared to block the route but deft manoeuvres by the crew managed to get it out of the way, on the return a man had turned up with a chain saw to cut the tree away.


2009
SU3468 : Under the bridge, Kennet and Avon canal, Hungerford by anonymous1000
Taggers get everywhere these days.
by anonymous1000






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