The Adelphi Canal was a small privately owned canal in Duckmanton, near Chesterfield, England. It was used to transport goods from an ironworks to a wharf by the road. It is not connected to any other waterway; goods were forwarded by road to the Chesterfield Canal. It was constructed in 1799.
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... The location of the Adelphi ironworks and the start of the canal were situated just to the north of the present location of Arkwright Town ... area becoming a vast opencast mining site, and nearly all traces of the canal and the ironworks have gone ... Point Coordinates (Links to map resources) OS Grid Ref Notes Adelphi Ironworks 53°14′17″N 1°21′22″W / 53.238°N 1.356°W / 53.238 -1.356 (Adelphi ...
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