Kennet & Avon Canal :: Shared Description

The Kennet and Avon is made up of two river navigations and a linking stretch of canal. It runs from Hanham Lock near Bristol to the River Thames at Reading, over 100 miles long with more than 100 locks, some magnificent engineering and crossing some of the most beautiful scenery in southern England. It was only reopened in 1990 after decades of dereliction.
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ST7860 : The Kennet & Avon canal SE of Limpley Stoke by Rob Farrow
ST9160 : Canal overflow spillway by David Smith
SU4667 : Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
SU4667 : Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
SU5866 : River Kennet by N Chadwick
ST7565 : Construction work by canal in Bathwick by David Smith
SU7173 : Kennet & Avon Canal at Reading by Paul Gillett
SU3668 : Canal path near Wire Lock by Paul Gillett
ST8760 : Road bridge over Kennet and Avon Canal by David Smith
SU6470 : Channel of the River Kennet leaves the canal by N Chadwick
ST8559 : Footbridge over canal, Hilperton by David Smith
SU4867 : Iona, Kennet and Avon Canal by N Chadwick
SU5967 : Narrowboat, Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
ST9761 : Lock 25 west of Caen Hill by David Smith
ST8660 : Small bridge over Kennet and Avon Canal, north of Hilperton Marsh Farm by David Smith
SU3368 : Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
SU3568 : Canal Side - Kennet & Avon canal by Paul Gillett
SU5566 : Midgham Bridge (No.36) by N Chadwick
SU3268 : Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
ST9561 : Scotts Wharf by Oast House Archive
SU4466 : Higg's Lock, Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
ST8559 : Marina off Kennet & Avon Canal by Oast House Archive
SU5666 : National Cycle Route 4 along the Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
SU2966 : Kennet & Avon Canal by N Chadwick
ST7665 : Footbridge over Kennet and Avon Canal by David Smith

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Created: Mon, 17 May 2010, Updated: Tue, 11 Jan 2011

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