Luggie Aqueduct No 11

Canal Street, Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
 
 
Luggie Aqueduct No 11 is a minor waterways place on the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line) between Union Canal Junction (Junction of Forth and Clyde and Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canals) (13 miles and 6 furlongs and 4 locks to the east) and Stockingfield Junction (Junction with the Port Dundas branch) (6 miles and 6 furlongs to the west).
 
 
The nearest place in the direction of Union Canal Junction is Luggiebank Road Winding Hole; 1 furlong away.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Stockingfield Junction is New Lairdsland Road Bridge; ½ furlongs away.

Twechar Aqueduct2 miles, 4½ furlongs
Tintoch Aqueduct No 91 mile, 6¾ furlongs
Auchendavie Aqueduct1 mile, 2¼ furlongs
Hillhead Road Bridge1¼ furlongs
Luggiebank Road Winding Hole1 furlong
Luggie Aqueduct No 11
New Lairdsland Road Bridge½ furlongs
Townhead Bridge1½ furlongs
Kirkintilloch Marina3¾ furlongs
Kirkintilloch Footbridge4¼ furlongs
Glasgow Road Bridge1 mile, 5 furlongs
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Luggie Water - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Bothlin is without a doubt the Luggie's major contributing stream. Its source ... As it flows through Kirkintilloch it is crossed by an aqueduct that carries the Forth & Clyde Canal. ... This page was last modified on 2 November 2015, at 11:34.
Forth and Clyde Canal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... as the seagoing vessels were built larger and could no longer pass through. ... 7 Run down and revival; 8 Locks; 9 See also; 10 Footnotes; 11 Further reading ... and over the Luggie Water, by a fine stone aqueduct, at Kirkintilloch; it then ...
List of Scheduled Monument Consent ... - Historic Scotland
Nov 11, 2011 ... No. Scheduled Monument. Case Ref. Proposed Works. Date of. Application ... of the scheduled area. 07/04/11. 26/04/11. Granted With. Conditions. Angus Council ... Thom's Water Cuts, aqueduct, .... graffiti from the Luggie.
Engineering Timelines - all items
Luggie Aqueduct, Forth & Clyde Canal, Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland ... 1772 - 1773 ... 11 August 1824 - February 1827 ..... Lancaster Canal Bridge No.98, southern end of the canal basin, Lancaster, Lancashire ... 1797.
 
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The Luggie Aqueduct carries the Forth & Clyde Canal over the Luggie Water at Kirkintilloch, to the north of Glasgow.

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[Kelvin Aqueduct] [Forth and Clyde Canal] [List of Category A listed buildings in East Dunbartonshire] [List of listed buildings in Kirkintilloch] [Luggie Water] [River Kelvin]
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