Slateford Aqueduct (south-west end)

NCR754, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
 
 
Slateford Aqueduct (south-west end) is a minor waterways place on the Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal between Scott Russell Aqueduct (west end) (2 miles and 4¾ furlongs to the west) and Slateford Aqueduct (north-east end) (1 furlong to the northeast).
 
It is at one end of Slateford Aqueduct.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Scott Russell Aqueduct (west end) is Redhall Footbridge; 2½ furlongs away.

Places of interest within 1 mile and to which this is the nearest place: B and Q DIY shops (1½ furlongs away)

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The canal has many aqueducts, including the Slateford Aqueduct that takes the ... The Edinburgh end of the canal no longer reaches quite as far as it did (to 'Port ... of Leith at Longstone (just at the edge of Slateford) in south-west Edinburgh.
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The village was crossed by the Union Canal Slateford Aqueduct in 1822 and a ... to Edinburgh Waverley to the east and Shotts and Glasgow Central to the West. ... George Farm - former Scotland, Blackpool and Queen of the South F.C. ... West End · West Pilton · Wester Broom · Wester Hailes · Western Harbour · Westfield.
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Notable features of the waterway include: Falkirk Tunnel, Slateford Aqueduct, Scott .... Slateford Aqueduct (south-west end), 29 miles and 6 furlongs, 4 locks.
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The Slateford Aqueduct is a navigable aqueduct in Slateford, Edinburgh, Scotland. It was built by Hugh Baird and completed in 1822 with advice from Thomas Telford.

It has eight arches, is 600 feet (180 m) long and 60 feet (18 m) tall, and carries the Union Canal across Inglis Green Road and the Water of Leith at Longstone (just at the edge of Slateford) in south-west Edinburgh. The canal runs over a contour line of 73m and is very popular with cyclists and dogwalkers.

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[Slateford] [Water of Leith] [Union Canal (Scotland)] [Navigable aqueduct] [Longstone] [List of canal aqueducts in the United Kingdom] [Hugh Baird (engineer)] [Forth and Clyde Canal Pathway] [List of listed buildings in Edinburgh/29]
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