Camp Hill Locks

Very glad to get here after leaving Brindley Place in Birmingham this morning. About 5 hours cruising and 28 locks we were ready for a break. EXCELLENT facilities here. CRT key needed. Hot showers in warm bathrooms, a laundry, rubbish disposal and water. All very welcome. There a mooring space for one boat only so we feel lucky no one was here when we arrived.

 

Camp Hill Locks is a flight on the Grand Union Canal (Warwick and Birmingham Canal) between Camp Hill Bottom Lock No 57 and Camp Hill Top Lock No 52

It has a rise of 41′8″

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