Leawood Aqueduct (north-west end)

Also known as: Wigwell Aqueduct, Derwent Aqueduct
Derby Road, Whatstandwell, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
 
 
Leawood Aqueduct (north-west end) is a minor waterways place on the Cromford Canal (narrow gauge, un-navigable) between Cromford Wharf (End of Navigation) (1 mile and 5 furlongs to the northwest) and Golden Valley Bridge (9 miles and 1½ furlongs to the east).
 
It is at one end of Leawood Aqueduct.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Golden Valley Bridge is Leawood Aqueduct (south-east end); ¾ furlongs away.

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Cromford Canal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The end of the canal, in Cromford ... End point, Langley Mill ... Leawood Aqueduct River Derwent ... plateau of the Peak District from Whaley Bridge in the north west, and which descended .... The sign displayed at both ends of Butterley tunnel.
The Cromford Canal - Amber Valley Borough Council
North West would be advantageous, and the first stage would be a ... Second is the Leawood Aqueduct carrying the canal over the river via a ... A wharf area at the western end of this aqueduct served the limekilns and was the terminus for a  ...
Cromford Canal | Skippy's Random Ramblings
In the end, the route mainly carried coal, iron and quarried stone rather than ... However, Ambergate Aqueduct to the west of Butterley was already in need of repair. ... the far side of the Peak District, to the north west of Cromford, near Manchester. ... Wood (or Leawood) Branch, was opened just south of Wigwell Aqueduct.
Friends of Cromford Canal - The History
It ran north alongside the River Erewash, through Sandiacre, past Trowell and .... However, Bullbridge Aqueduct to the west of Butterley was already in need of repair. ... would have connected the main line to Bakewell though in the end nothing .... Continuous work on canal below Leawood Aqueduct allows section to be ...
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Great Northern Basin — 13 miles, 1¼ furlongs and 14 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin
Langley Junction — 13 miles, 2½ furlongs and 14 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin, then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, navigable) to Langley Junction
Anchor Road Winding Hole — 13 miles, 5¼ furlongs and 15 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin, then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, navigable) to Derby Road Bridge, then on the Grand Union Canal (Erewash Canal) to Anchor Road Winding Hole
Shipley Mill Winding Hole — 14 miles, 7½ furlongs and 17 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin, then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, navigable) to Derby Road Bridge, then on the Grand Union Canal (Erewash Canal) to Shipley Mill Winding Hole
Bridge Street Winding Hole — 15 miles, 5½ furlongs and 17 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin, then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, navigable) to Derby Road Bridge, then on the Grand Union Canal (Erewash Canal) to Bridge Street Winding Hole
Winding Hole below Stenson's Lock — 16 miles, 1 furlong and 18 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin, then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, navigable) to Derby Road Bridge, then on the Grand Union Canal (Erewash Canal) to Winding Hole below Stenson's Lock
Hallam Fields Lock Winding Hole — 18 miles, 6½ furlongs and 22 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin, then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, navigable) to Derby Road Bridge, then on the Grand Union Canal (Erewash Canal) to Hallam Fields Lock Winding Hole
Winding Hole above Stanton Lock — 19 miles, 2½ furlongs and 23 locks away
Travel to Butterley Tunnel (eastern end), then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, un-navigable) to Great Northern Basin, then on the Cromford Canal (broad gauge, navigable) to Derby Road Bridge, then on the Grand Union Canal (Erewash Canal) to Winding Hole above Stanton Lock