Sheffield and Tinsley Canal :: Shared Description

The Sheffield and Tinsley Canal was opened in 1814 to carry boats between the navigable River Don at Tinsley and a new basin close to the heart of Sheffield. Before this date, goods had to be carried over poor roads to Tinsley Wharf on the River Don. LinkExternal link
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by Paul Gillett
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SK3788 : Bacon Lane Bridge by Anne Burgess
SK3687 : Sheffield & Tinsley Canal by Paul Gillett
SK3990 : River, Canal and Roads by Stephen Craven
SK3788 : Derelict buildings above the canal by Stephen Craven
SK3990 : Lock on Sheffield & Tinsley Canal by Paul Gillett
SK3687 : Traditional and Modern by Anne Burgess
SK3991 : Lock No 11, Sheffield and Tinsley Canal by David P Howard
SK3788 : Through the rectangular windows by David P Howard
SK3989 : Tinsley Marina by David P Howard
SK3687 : Narrowboats in North Quay by Paul Gillett
SK3889 : Bridge over Sheffield & Tinsley Canal by Paul Gillett
SK3888 : Waterways bridge by Stephen Craven
SK3990 : Lock and bridges by Stephen Craven
SK3990 : Locks near Tinsley by Anne Burgess
SK3687 : Fallen catkins of willow by Robin Stott
SK3687 : Sheffield incineration plant by Stephen Craven
SK3587 : Boardwalk and railings, Victoria Quays by Robin Stott
SK3787 : Sheffield and Tinsley Canal by David P Howard
SK3687 : Canalside industry by Stephen Craven
SK3888 : Brown Bayley Bridge by Anne Burgess
SK3788 : Building with blind arches by Stephen Craven
SK3989 : Narrowboats in Tinsley Marina by Paul Gillett
SK3888 : Brown Bayley Bridge by Stephen Craven
SK3787 : Sheffield and Tinsley Canal by David P Howard
SK4091 : Halfpenny Bridge by David P Howard

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Created: Thu, 5 Apr 2012, Updated: Thu, 12 Apr 2012

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