Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line)

The Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line) is part of the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal) and is made up of the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Braunston to Norton), the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Gayton to Brentford) and the Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Norton to Gayton).

The navigational authority for this waterway is Canal & River Trust

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 THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL - a highway laid with water.
An account of the Grand Junction Canal, 1792 - 1928, with a postscript. By Ian Petticrew and Wendy Austin.
 
 
Grand Union Canal (old) - Wikipedia
The Grand Union Canal was a canal in England from Foxton, Leicestershire on the Leicestershire and Northamptonshire Union Canal to Norton Junction, close to Long Buckby Wharf on the Grand Junction Canal. It now forms the first 23 miles (37 km) of the Leicester Section, a branch of the much bigger modern Grand ...
Grand Union Canal | Walks near me | Canal & River Trust
The Grand Union Canal links London to Birmingham, passing through rolling countryside, industrial towns and peaceful villages. ..... In 1894 the Grand Junction bought the canals which now comprise the 'Leicester Line', then in 1929 the Regent's, Grand Junction and the two Warwick Canals merged and were renamed as ...
Grand Junction Canal - Wikipedia
The Grand Junction Canal is a canal in England from Braunston in Northamptonshire to the River Thames at Brentford, with a number of branches. The mainline was built between 1793 and 1805, to improve the route from the Midlands to London, by-passing the upper reaches of the River Thames near Oxford, thus ...
Grand Junction Canal - Main Line
Waterway gazetteer for Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line) showing places on the waterway.
Grand Union Canal - Wikipedia
At Braunston Junction, the Oxford Canal diverges north and south. The north section leads to Rugby and Coventry; the southward fork carries both the Oxford Canal and the Grand Union for 5 miles (8.0 km) to Napton Junction. Here, the Grand Union heads north ...
Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Gayton to Brentford
Waterway gazetteer for Grand Union Canal (Grand Junction Canal - Main Line - Gayton to Brentford) showing places on the waterway.
THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL, A HIGHWAY LAID WITH WATER.
On 1st January 1929 the amalgamation of the Grand Junction Canal Company, the Regent's Canal and Dock Company and the Warwick canals to form the Grand Union Canal Company took effect. There followed a radical change in management outlook, first as the new board extended and modernised its main line in a ...
The Grand Junction Canal
The Company's chairman was William Praed whose name is commemorated by the street named after him outside Paddington Station. Hanwell Top Lock, near Southall Hanwell Top Lock in west London, on the main line of the Grand Junction Canal. The canal opened from Braunston to Weedon on 21st June 1796 , and a ...
THE GRAND JUNCTION CANAL - a highway laid with water.
An account of the Grand Junction Canal, 1792 - 1928, with a postscript. By Ian ... For some years thereafter the Canal was very profitable, but from the 1840s onwards it fell into commercial decline as the mainline railways ― principally the London & Birmingham Railway ― gradually captured its long distance trade.
Grand Union Canal (Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canal)
It runs for 2 miles and 4¾ furlongs through 5 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 ...
 
 
 

Wikipedia has a page about Grand Union Canal

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 Union Canal (old)] [Grand Union] [Shropshire Union Canal] [Grand Union Canal 145 mile Race] [Grand Junction Canal] [Grand Union Canal Carrying Company] [Regent's Canal] [List of canals of the United Kingdom] [Hertford Union Canal]
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