Knaith

Gainsborough Road, West Lindsey DN21 5PE, United Kingdom

Address is taken from a point 342 yards away.
 
Knaith is a village on the River Trent (tidal section - Cromwell to Keadby) between Littleborough Ford (Site of Roman Ford) (1 mile and 6½ furlongs to the south) and Walkerith (8 miles and 2¾ furlongs to the northwest).
 
 
The nearest place in the direction of Walkerith is Gainsborough Railway Bridge; 3 miles and 7 furlongs away.

Mooring here is unrated

Torksey Junction5 miles, 2½ furlongs
Torksey Castle4 miles, 7 furlongs
Torksey Railway Bridge4 miles, 5 furlongs
Marton3 miles, ¼ furlongs
Littleborough Ford1 mile, 6½ furlongs
Knaith
Gainsborough Railway Bridge3 miles, 7 furlongs
Gainsborough Road Bridge5 miles
Gainsborough Bridge Floating Jetties5 miles, 1¾ furlongs
Morton6 miles, 6 furlongs
Walkerith8 miles, 2¾ furlongs
 
Knaith Hall
Copyright: Michael Askin
Taken: July 2006

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Nearest water point

Torksey Lock — 5 miles, 4½ furlongs away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Torksey Lock
West Stockwith Basin — 9 miles, 4½ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to West Stockwith Basin
Saxilby Bridge — 10 miles, 5½ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Saxilby Bridge
Lincoln Sanitary Station — 15 miles, 6¾ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Lincoln Sanitary Station
Stamp End Lock No 1 — 16 miles, 7¾ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to High Bridge Lincoln (the Glory Hole), then on the River Witham (Lincoln to Boston) to Stamp End Lock No 1
Retford and Worksop Boat Club — 19 miles, ¼ furlongs and 5 locks away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to Retford and Worksop Boat Club

Nearest rubbish disposal

Torksey Lock — 5 miles, 4½ furlongs away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Torksey Lock
West Stockwith Basin — 9 miles, 4½ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to West Stockwith Basin
Saxilby Village Wharf Moorings — 10 miles, 4 furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Saxilby Village Wharf Moorings
Lincoln Sanitary Station — 15 miles, 6¾ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Lincoln Sanitary Station

Nearest chemical toilet disposal

Torksey Lock — 5 miles, 4½ furlongs away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Torksey Lock
West Stockwith Basin — 9 miles, 4½ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to West Stockwith Basin
Lincoln Sanitary Station — 15 miles, 6¾ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Torksey Junction, then on the Fossdyke Canal to Lincoln Sanitary Station
Retford and Worksop Boat Club — 19 miles, ¼ furlongs and 5 locks away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to Retford and Worksop Boat Club

Nearest place to turn

West Stockwith Basin — 9 miles, 4½ furlongs and 1 lock away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to West Stockwith Basin
Manor Farm Winding Hole — 12 miles, ¾ furlongs and 3 locks away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to Manor Farm Winding Hole
Drakeholes Tunnel (South end) — 16 miles, ¾ furlongs and 5 locks away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to Drakeholes Tunnel (South end)
Otter's Bridge No 68 — 18 miles, 4 furlongs and 5 locks away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to Otter's Bridge No 68
Clayworth Top Bridge No 67 — 18 miles, 7¾ furlongs and 5 locks away
Travel to Chesterfield Canal - River Trent Junction, then on the Chesterfield Canal (Retford to the Trent) to Clayworth Top Bridge No 67

No information

CanalPlan has no information on any of the following facilities within range:
self-operated pump-out
boatyard pump-out
 

Wikipedia has a page about Knaith

Knaith is a village and civil parish about 3 miles (5 km) south of the town of Gainsborough in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 335.

Knaith is listed in the 1086 Domesday Book with three households, a meadow of 25 acres (10 ha) and 26 acres (11 ha) of woodland. The Lord of the property was in both 1066 and 1086 was the St Mary's Abbey of Stow, and the Tenant in Chief in 1086 was the Bishop of Lincoln (St Mary). There are earthwork remains of Knaith medieval village. These include a medieval deer park created in the early 13th century. South of Knaith Hall are garden remains from the 16th or 17th century, and the remains of an 18th-century deer park.

Knaith Hall is a red-brick 15th-century building with some timber framing and is now Grade II listed.

The Church of England parish church of St Mary is 11th century, with alterations from the 14th and 18th, and an 1894 restoration. It is a Grade II* listed building. St Mary's might be the transept or nave of the church of Heynings Priory, a Cistercian nunnery founded probably around 1150.

Other Wikipedia pages that might relate to Knaith
[Thomas Sutton] [Heynings Priory] [Charterhouse School] [William Willoughby, 3rd Baron Willoughby of Parham] [George Willoughby, 7th Baron Willoughby of Parham] [Elizabeth Darcy, Countess of Ormond] [William Willoughby, 6th Baron Willoughby of Parham] [James Butler, 2nd Earl of Ormond] [Thomas Grey (chronicler)]
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