Union Canal

Union Canal may refer to:

  • Union Canal (Scotland), a canal in Scotland between Edinburgh and Falkirk
  • Union Canal (Pennsylvania), a 19th-century canal in Pennsylvania, United States, closed in 1880

Other articles related to "union canal, canal, canals":

Seagull Trust - Falkirk
... the original idea to cruise on the Western most end of the Union Canal ... Cruising originally was on the Forth and Clyde Canal between Camelon and Bonnybridge, while British Waterways prepared the Union Canal for use ... The Govan Seagull was transferred up to the Union Canal in 1987, and moored at Greenbank ...
List Of Canal Junctions In The United Kingdom
... This List of canal junctions in the United Kingdom is an incomplete list of canal junctions in the United Kingdom that have articles in Wikipedia, in alphabetical order ... Junction Canals Location Image Aldersley Junction, West Midlands The Birmingham Main Line Canal terminates here ... It meets the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal near Oxley, Wolverhampton, and one kilometre south of Autherley Junction grid reference SJ902011 Aston ...
Forth To Firth Canal Pathway - Route of The Path
... path west to east, it begins at Bowling Basin where the Forth Clyde Canal enters the Firth of Clyde ... The canal runs east through Clydebank, Boghouse Locks, Clobberhill Locks, Temple Locks and Maryhill Locks ... Junction near Maryhill is the 'Glasgow Branch' a spur which originally connected to the Monkland Canal (which connected with Port Dundas, close to the city centre of Glasgow ...
Linlithgow Union Canal Society
... The Linlithgow Union Canal Society is a waterway society and a Scottish registered charity based at Linlithgow Canal Centre on the Union Canal at Linlithgow, West Lothian ... in 1975 by Melville Gray to "promote and encourage the restoration and use of the Union Canal, particularly in the vicinity of Linlithgow" ...

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