Norwood Tunnel

 

Norwood Tunnel is a tunnel on the Chesterfield Canal (Unnavigable section) between Hard Lane Box Culvert No 30i and Norwood Tunnel (East end)

It is 582 yards long
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Norwood Tunnel was a 2,884-yard-long (2,637 m), 9.25-foot-wide (2.82 m) and 12-foot-high (3.7 m) brick (3 million of them) lined canal tunnel on the line of the Chesterfield Canal with its Western Portal in Norwood, Derbyshire and its Eastern Portal in Kiveton, South Yorkshire, England.

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