Marple Locks Railway Aqueduct

 
 
Marple Locks Railway Aqueduct is a minor waterways place on the Peak Forest Canal (Lower) between Marple Aqueduct (Over the River Goyt) (3½ furlongs and 4 locks to the northwest) and Marple Junction (Junction of Macclesfield and Peak Forest Canals) (6 furlongs and 12 locks to the south).
 
It is part of Marple Locks.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Marple Aqueduct is Marple Lock No 4; ¼ furlongs away.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Marple Junction is Marple Lock No 5; ¼ furlongs away.

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Marple Locks & Brabyns Park
This walk down Marple Locks has an option for an extended walk of another mile. ... lock the towpath changes side and continues on under the railway viaduct.
Restoration of Marple Locks & Aqueduct - The Marple Website
Restoration of the Marple Locks & Aqueduct ... And a communication by railway or stone road from thence to Loads Knowle in the said County of Derby, and a ...
Peak Forest Canal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Horseboat Maria Descending Lock 9 on the Peak Forest Canal ... on Marple Aqueduct, alongside a railway viaduct, to the foot of Marple Locks, a distance of 6.9 ...
Marple Aqueduct - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marple Aqueduct at Marple, Greater Manchester, in north-west England was built to carry ... Sacré, chief engineer of the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, which then owned the canal. ... It then enters the Marple flight of locks.
 
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