Birmingham and Fazeley Canal :: Shared Description

The Birmingham and Fazeley Canal is part of the Birmingham Canal Navigations. It forms a link between the Coventry Canal and Birmingham and thereby connects Birmingham to London via the Oxford Canal.
John Smeaton was the builder and it was completed in 1789.
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SP0586 : Old Turn Junction by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Industrial building by the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Birmingham & Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SK1900 : Drayton Manor swing and foot Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by Jo Turner
SP0687 : Lock Keeper's Toll House by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Birmingham & Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Barker Bridge over the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by Jo Turner
SP0687 : Farmer's Bridge Lock 7 by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Farmer's Bridge Bottom Lock (No.13) by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Farmer's Bridge Lock No.4 by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Lancaster Street Bridge by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Farmer's Bridge Lock 6 by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Farmer's Bridge Lock No.9 by N Chadwick
SP0686 : Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Farmer's Bridge Lock 10 by N Chadwick
SP0586 : Roving Bridge,  Birmingham & Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Farmer's Bridge Lock 2 by N Chadwick
SP0788 : Bridge over the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, Aston Junction by N Chadwick
SP0788 : Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0788 : Roving Bridge, Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, Aston Junction by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0586 : Roving Bridge, Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Derelict factory by the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0586 : King Edward's Road Bridge by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Industrial dereliction by the canal by N Chadwick

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Created: Thu, 22 Sep 2011, Updated: Thu, 22 Sep 2011

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