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Tardebigge

Tardebigge is a village in Worcestershire, England.

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Tardebigge - Development
... Tardebigge was once a much greater township, which included much of Redditch, including the modern day town-centre ... Tardebigge was bought by the Dean of Worcester for his Church from King Ethelred the Unready ... off by the Earl it was not until the mid 19th century that the parish of Tardebigge began to dissolve and the modern boundaries began to appear ...
Tardebigge Locks
... Tardebigge Locks or the Tardebigge Flight is the longest flight of locks in the UK, comprising 30 narrow locks on a two and a quarter mile stretch of the Worcester and ... It raises the waterway some 220 feet, and lies in between the Tardebigge tunnel (length 580 yards) to the North and the Stoke Prior flight of 6 narrow locks to the ... The Tardebigge Engine House is also on this stretch ...
Avon Ring - The Route
... Brandwood Tunnel (320m) Wast Hills Tunnel (2495m) 19 locks Kingswood Shotwood Tunnel (560m) Tardebigge Tunnel (530m) Tardebigge flight (30 locks) 18 locks Worcester and Birmingham Canal 28 locks ... immediately, the thirty locks of the Tardebigge flight, which raise the level of the canal by 217 ft (66m) ... Two short tunnels follow Tardebigge tunnel is 580 yd (530m) long and Shortwood tunnel is 613 yd (561m) long ...
Tardebigge Locks - History
... After the Old Wharf, the Tardebigge tunnel runs through the solid rock to the New Wharf, just above Lock 58, the topmost lock in the flight ... The Tardebigge vertical lift was invented by John Woodhouse and installed at his own expense, with excavation and masonry provided by the company ... to lock number 57, the second from the top, is the Tardebigge Engine House, built to pump water up from Tardebigge Reservoir, which is about 50 ft (15.2m ...
Tardebigge Lake
... Tardebigge Lake is a large feeder reservoir, about 25 acres (100,000 m2) in size, built to supply water for the famous flight of locks running from Tardebigge towards Worcester, on the Worcester and Birmingham Canal ...