Theme Explorer

Page 1 of 1 11 Records Found
1

Aerial view of Kidsgrove

In the centre of this view is Kidsgrove Railway Station, and just to the right is the Harecastle Tunnel entrance. Bottom right is Harding's Wood Junction where the Trent and Mersey Canal joins the Macclesfield ...

Basin Bridge, Kidsgrove

A group of children on Basin Bridge at Kidsgrove on the Macclesfield Canal. The Poole aqueduct taking the Macclesfield Canal over the Trent and Mersey canal is in the background.

Canal and River Sow, Milford

The Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal near Milford at the point where it crosses the River Sow via an aqueduct. A 'Teesee' postcard published by E.J. Garside, Rock House, Milford.

Coventry Canal Aqueduct, Fazeley

The footbridge can be seen over the aqueduct with the Toll House cottage on the right.

Forton Aqueduct

This bridge carried the Shropshire Union canal over the River Meece near Forton. The Newport branch of the canal was little used after 1920, it was closed in 1955 and backfilled. From the County Archaeology ...

Hazlehurst Aqueduct, near Endon

The Hazlehurst Aqueduct was built in 1841 to carry the Leek Branch of the Caldon Canal over the main branch.

River Sow and Aqueduct, Milford,

Aqueduct carrying the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal over the River Sow, near Milford.

Stretton Aqueduct

This cast-iron aqueduct carries the Shropshire Union Canal over Watling Street (now the A5) near Stretton. It was designed by Thomas Telford and manufactured in 1832 by William Hazeldine, a Shrewsbury ...

Stretton Aqueduct

This cast-iron aqueduct carries the Shropshire Union Canal over Watling Street (now the A5) near Stretton. It was designed by Thomas Telford and manufactured in 1832 by William Hazeldine, a Shrewsbury ...

Tame Aqueduct, Fazeley, Tamworth

A view of the aqueduct which carries the Coventry Canal over the River Tame at Fazeley, just south of Tamworth. It was built in 1785-90 and the engineer was Thomas Sheasby. From the County Archaeology ...

Town Hall and Glebe Street, Stoke-on-Trent

This view along Glebe Street shows the buildings on the north side. On the right edge is the Glebe Hotel, still standing today as the Glebe public house ( a grade II listed building). Beyond Aqueduct ...

1