Moore 2 Life:Exploring the waterways

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Inland Waterways, Canals need respect and support.

England has many interlinked canals. They were built by hand in the 17th and 18th century. Now maintained by the Canal & River Trust. Here is our collection of pictures we took as we travelled the canal system.

Please click on the canal name to select. The maps are from Waterscape.

ASHBY 2001-2006

ASHTON 2013

AYLESBURY 2005

AYRE & CALDER 2002-2004

BCN MAINLINE 2010

BRIDGEWATER 2002-2013

CALDER & HEBBLE 2002

CALDON 2004-2005

CALDON, LEEK BRANCH 2004-2005

COVENTRY 2001-2012

GRAND UNION, NORTH 2001-2011

GRAND UNION, PADDINGTON 2005-2011

GRAND UNION, SOUTH 2004-2011

GRAND UNION, WEST 2003-2011

GRAND UNION, SOAR 2004

HUDDERSFIELD 2002

KENNET & AVON, EAST 2003-2007

KENNET & AVON, WEST 2004-2007

LLANGOLLEN 2003-2012

LEEDS & LIVERPOOL 2002-2004

MACCLESFIELD 2002-2013

MONTGOMERY 2003

OXFORD, NORTH 2000-2012

OXFORD, SOUTH 2001-2013

PEAK FOREST 2002-2013

ROCHDALE 2002-2013

SHROPSHIRE UNION 2001-2013

SU MIDDLEWICH 2002-2005

STAFF. & WORC. 2001-2013

STRATFORD 2003-13

TRENT & MERSEY 2001-2013