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Awbridge Lock, Wombourne

Awbridge Lock stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Botterham Lock, Wombourne

Botterham Lock stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Botterham Locks

Botterham Locks stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Bratch Locks, near Wombourne

Bratch Locks stand on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772. There are 3 locks at Bratch which are notable for their unusual configuration. ...

Canal Boat at Lock, Acton Trussell

A view of the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal near Acton Trussell showing a boat pasing through the lock. This postcard view is captioned 'Canal Lock at Acton, Stafford' and was published by ...

Canal Bridge near Hatherton

A typical bridge on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Canal Junction, Great Haywood

A postcard view of a quiet scene looking towards the junction of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire and the Trent and Mersey Canals at Great Haywood. This postcard was published by The Francis Frith ...

Church Bridge, Cannock

The White Lion Hotel and the Hatherton extension of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal at Church Bridge, Cannock. On the right can be seen the flight of 13 locks leading up to Hednesford Basin. ...

Cross Keys, Penkridge

The Cross Keys public house, Filance Lane, Penkridge stands next to Filance Bridge and the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal. Postcard published by District View Publishing Co., 117 Loughborough ...

Deepmore Lock, Hazelstrine, Stafford

This photograph shows a small cabin cruiser and crew entering the lock. Deepmore lock stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772. ...

Dunsley Tunnel, Kinver

Dunsley Tunnel, on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, was one of the earliest built on any British canal (about 1772). It is only 23 yards long and unusually for a tunnel of this age it has ...

Flatheridge Bridge, Kinver

Flatheridge Bridge is number 36 on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Gailey Pool, near Cannock

The pool is one of three canal-feeding pools or reservoirs at the highest point of the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal. The pool was engineered by John Robinson McClean and was completed in 1855.

Gailey Wharf

19th century Cottages at Gailey Wharf on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal.

Gailey Wharf

Gailey Wharf stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772. The embattled tower is a cottage designed by Brindley. In the foreground ...

Gailey Wharf

Gailey Wharf stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772. The embattled tower is a cottage designed by Brindley. The bridge carries ...

Great Haywood Canal Junction

Photograph of a small cabin cruiser entering the Stafford & Worcestershire Canal at the junction with the Trent & Mersey Canal at Great Haywood. To the right can be seen Haywood Mill.

Great Haywood Canal Junction

A view looking west along the Staffordshire & Worcester Canal, taken from the bridge at the junction with the Trent & Mersey Canal at Great Haywood.