Edgbaston Reservoir :: Shared Description

Edgbaston Reservoir, originally known as Rotton Park Reservoir is a canal feeder reservoir in the Ladywood district of Birmingham.
Originally it was a small pool, Roach Pool, which was enlarged by Thomas Telford between 1824-9.
Today it is a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation and used for a variety of leisure purposes.
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SP0386 : Vegetation on the banks of Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0386 : Footpath along the banks of Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0386 : Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0386 : Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0486 : Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0486 : Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0486 : Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0486 : View across Edgbaston reservoir to the dam by N Chadwick
SP0486 : Geese, Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0486 : Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick
SP0486 : Edgbaston Reservoir by N Chadwick


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Created: Thu, 15 Sep 2011, Updated: Thu, 15 Sep 2011

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