Grand Union Canal - Gallery

Gallery

  • Sculpture at Ferry Wharf, Brentford, marking the entrance to the Grand Union Canal from the River Thames.

  • Brentford Locks

  • Wooden bridge across the canal at Northolt

  • Batchworth Lock No 81, Grand Union Canal (1977)

  • A lock at Apsley

  • The canal near Bugbrooke

  • The canal near Nether Heyford

  • Bull's Bridge Junction, near Heston

  • The Grand Union Canal at the confluence with the River Brent.

  • Saddington Tunnel

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