Grand Union Canal (Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal)

 

The Grand Union Canal (Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal) is a narrow canal and is part of the Grand Union Canal. It runs for 2 miles and 4¾ furlongs through 6 locks from Bordesley Junction (where it joins the Grand Union Canal (Warwick and Birmingham Canal)) to Salford Junction South (where it joins the Birmingham Canal Navigations (Birmingham and Fazeley Canal - Main Line)).

The maximum dimensions for a boat to be able to travel on the waterway are 72 feet long and 7 feet wide. The maximum headroom is not known. The maximum draught is not known.

 
 
Bordesley Junction
Glover Street Bridge No 98 ½ furlongs 0 locks
Building over Canal ¾ furlongs 0 locks
Watery Lane Bridge No 99 (west) ¾ furlongs 0 locks
Watery Lane Bridge No 99A (east) 1 furlong 0 locks
Site of Bolton Street Bridge No 100 1½ furlongs 0 locks
St Andrew's Road Bridge No 101 2 furlongs 0 locks
Lower Dartmouth Street Bridge No 102 2¼ furlongs 0 locks
The Village Bridge No 102A 2¾ furlongs 0 locks
Garrison Lane Bridge No 103
With footbridge alongside
3 furlongs 0 locks
Artillery Street Bridge No 104 3½ furlongs 0 locks
Garrison Street Railway Bridge No 104A
A linking line between the Birmingham-Peterborough Railway and the West Coast Mainline
4½ furlongs 0 locks
Garrison Top Lock No 59 4½ furlongs 0 locks
Garrison Street Railway Crossing No 104b
Birmingham-Peterborough Line
4¾ furlongs 1 lock
Garrison Street Pipe Bridge 5 furlongs 1 lock
Landor Street Railway Bridge No 104c
West Coast Mainline
5¼ furlongs 1 lock
Garrison Second Lock No 60 5½ furlongs 1 lock
Landor Street Bridge No 105 5¾ furlongs 2 locks
Garrison Third Lock No 61 6¾ furlongs 2 locks
Garrison Fourth Lock No 62 7½ furlongs 3 locks
Duddeston Mill Road Bridge No 106 1 mile and ¾ furlongs 4 locks
Garrison Bottom Lock No 63 1 mile and 1¾ furlongs 4 locks
Cranby Street Bridge No 107 1 mile and 2¼ furlongs 5 locks
Saltley Road Bridge No 108 1 mile and 3¼ furlongs 5 locks
Saltley Railway Bridges 1 mile and 4 furlongs 5 locks
Heartlands Parkway Bridges No 108AA 1 mile and 4¼ furlongs 5 locks
River Rea Overflow Aqueduct 1 mile and 6 furlongs 5 locks
Aston Church Road Bridge (New) 1 mile and 7¼ furlongs 5 locks
Aston Church Road Bridge
Replaced by a new bridge
1 mile and 7¼ furlongs 5 locks
Nechells Railway Viaduct 1 mile and 7¾ furlongs 5 locks
Nechells Pipe Bridge 2 miles and ½ furlongs 5 locks
River Rea Aqueduct (Nechells) 2 miles and ¾ furlongs 5 locks
Watson Road Pipe Bridge 2 miles and 1 furlong 5 locks
Cuckoo Road Bridges 2 miles and 2 furlongs 5 locks
Three Pipe Bridges 2 miles and 3¼ furlongs 5 locks
Salford Bridge Lock No 64
Stop Lock, always open.
2 miles and 3¼ furlongs 5 locks
Salford Junction Pipe Bridge 2 miles and 4¼ furlongs 6 locks
Salford Junction Aqueduct
Crosses the River Tame
2 miles and 4½ furlongs 6 locks
Salford Junction Bridge No 110 2 miles and 4¾ furlongs 6 locks
Salford Junction South 2 miles and 4¾ furlongs 6 locks
 
 
 
Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal - Wikipedia, the free ...
The Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal is a short canal connecting the Digbeth ... by the Regent's Canal company to form part of the Grand Union Canal.
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Bordesley Junction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The route through Bordesley was originally constructed by the Warwick and Birmingham Canal, which linked up with the Digbeth Branch of the Birmingham ...
Grand Union Canals - Bordesley Junction - YouTube
May 31, 2007 ... Bordesley Junction is at the junction of the Grand Union Canal (Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal) with the Grand Union Canal ...
Information retrieved Sunday 16 February 2014 at 11:49
 
 

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The Grand Union Canal in England is part of the British canal system. Its main line starts in London and ends in Birmingham, stretching for 137 miles (220 km) with 166 locks. It has arms to places including Leicester, Slough, Aylesbury, Wendover and Northampton.

The Grand Union Canal was also the original name for part of what is now part of the Leicester Line of the modern Grand Union: this latter is now generally referred to as the Old Grand Union Canal to avoid ambiguity.

Other Wikipedia pages that might relate to Grand Union Canal
[Grand Junction Canal] [Grand Union Canal (old)] [Grand Union Canal Carrying Company] [Grand Union Canal 145 mile Race] [Leicestershire and Northamptonshire Union Canal] [Rickmansworth] [Regent's Canal] [Northamptonshire] [Oxford Canal]
Information retrieved Saturday 15 February 2014 at 21:12