Bollington Aqueduct

Also crosses the River Dean
Also known as: Palmeston Street Aqueduct
Palmerston Street, Bollington, Cheshire East, England, United Kingdom
Bollington Aqueduct is a minor waterways place on the Macclesfield Canal between Kerridge Bridge No 27 (Bollington) (½ furlongs to the southwest) and High Lane Bridge No 11 (High Lane) (5 miles and 6¼ furlongs to the north).
The nearest place in the direction of High Lane Bridge No 11 is Clarence Mill (Bollington); 1¼ furlongs away.

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  • White Nancy (Historical Place)
    1052 yards to the southeast.
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Macclesfield Canal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Construction of the canal began at Bollington on 4 December 1826, with the ceremonial cutting of the first sod, and progressed steadily. ... Bollington Aqueduct ...
Bollington to Macclesfield - Virtual canal trip on the Macclesfield Canal
As Clarence Mill recedes into the distance, the canal crosses an embankment across the valley, and then over Bollington Aqueduct. Bollington, Macclesfield ...
Aqueduct | Discover Bollington | Bollington Town Council
The embankment beside Palmerston Street aqueduct, pictured below is quite unique in its construction. It is built entirely of rock, the most readily available ...
Aqueduct roadworks in Bollington - YouTube
May 17, 2011 ... Wall next to aqueduct in danger of collapsing. ... Bollington Festival and Parade 2014 - Views of Cheshire - 1080p HD - Duration: 21:45. by ...
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