Huddlesford Junction

Huddlesford Junction (grid reference SK150095) is a canal junction at the original north-eastern limit of the Wyrley and Essington Canal where it met the Coventry Canal, near Lichfield, in Staffordshire, England.

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Wyrley And Essington Canal - Route
... Point Coordinates (Links to map resources) OS Grid Ref Notes Huddlesford Junction 52°41′00″N 1°46′38″W / 52.6833°N 1.7771°W / 52.68 ... Junction with Coventry Canal Ogley Junction 52°39′06″N 1°54′59″W / 52.6516°N 1.9163°W / 52.6516 -1.9163 (Ogley Junction) SK056060 continues as ...
Huddlesford Junction - Location
... The junction is located 4 miles (6.4 km) south from Fradley Junction, where the Coventry Canal joins the Trent and Mersey ... but there are Trent and Mersey locks close to both sides of Fradley Junction ... To the south of the junction, it is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) to Whittington Brook, the point at which the canal is still officially part of the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, as the 5.5 miles (8.9 km) to ...
Lichfield Canal - History
... passed on 30 April 1792, for a canal which would run from Horseley Junction near Wolverhampton to Sneyd Junction, near Bloxwich ... From this junction, a branch would run to Wyrley Bank and on to Essington, which would include nine locks, and another level branch would run to Birchills, near ... then descending through 30 locks to reach Huddlesford Junction, on the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal near Lichfield ...

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