Huddersfield Narrow Canal :: Shared Description

The Huddersfield Narrow Canal opened in 1811. It runs for just under 20 miles from Lock 1E, where it joins the Huddersfield Broad Canal at the rear of the University of Huddersfield campus, to the junction with the Ashton Canal at Whitelands Basin in Ashton-under-Lyne. It crosses the Pennines by means of 74 locks and the Standedge Tunnel.
by David Dixon
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SD9905 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Uppermill by David Dixon
SE0411 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Tunnel End by Stephen McKay
SE0411 : Standedge Tunnel Visitor Centre, near Marsden by Malc McDonald
SE0511 : Lock 37E, Huddersfield Narrow Canal by habiloid
SJ9698 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Stalybridge by Stephen McKay
SJ9698 : Armentiers Square by Gerald England
SE0411 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Marsden by David Dixon
SD9906 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal by Peter McDermott
SD9701 : Narrowboat Approaching Scout Tunnel by David Dixon
SE0411 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Footbridge at Tunnel End by David Dixon
SD9906 : Uppermill Viaduct crossing the Huddersfield Narrow Canal by habiloid
SE0311 : Eastern entrance to the Standedge Tunnel on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal by habiloid
SE0512 : The Huddersfield Narrow Canal near Sparth Reservoir by habiloid
SE0411 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Lock 40E by David Dixon
SE1115 : Canal towpath at Milnsbridge, Huddersfield by Malc McDonald
SE0511 : Lock 38E, Huddersfield Narrow Canal by David Dixon
SJ9598 : Clarence Street Bridge by Gerald England
SE0311 : Tunnel End by Gerald England
SJ9598 : Staley Wharf by Gerald England
SJ9698 : Canal at Stalybridge by Gerald England
SE0512 : Canal towpath near Marsden by Malc McDonald
SD9906 : Huddersfield Narrow Canal by Peter McDermott
SE0612 : Canal towpath near Marsden by Malc McDonald
SD9701 : Bridge #91 by Gerald England
SE0007 : The Diggle Portal, Huddersfield Narrow Canal by habiloid

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Created: Thu, 8 Jan 2015, Updated: Thu, 8 Jan 2015

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