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Birmingham & Fazeley Canal, Hopwas

A woman standing by a Hopwas Wood Bridge over the Birmingham & Fazeley Canal at Hopwas, near Tamworth. Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Birmingham & Fazeley Canal, Hopwas

Women walking along the towpath by an icy Birmingham & Fazeley Canal at Hopwas, near Tamworth. Hopwas Wood Bridge is in the background. Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, ...

Canal in winter, Drayton Bassett

Looking south along the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal towards the Turret Footbridge, Drayton Bassett. This unusual bridge dates from the late 18th century and is a high iron footbridge reached by stairs ...

Canals and war, Tamworth

In 1798 Rev Francis Blick, noted in the parish register the startling sight of 12,000 soldiers passing through Tamworth on canal barges en route to supress a rebellion in Ireland.

Fazeley Canal and Tolson's Mill, Dosthill

Tolson's Mill began life as Sir Robert Peel's Mill, where they made narrow tape and webbing. Peel leased and eventually sold the mill to William Tolson, who was leasing Dosthill Hall at the time. In ...

Spinney Bridge, Fazeley

Spinney Bridge on the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, near Fazeley and Drayton Bassett.

Swing Bridge and Turret Bridge, Drayton Bassett

Looking north along the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal towards the Swing Bridge and Turret Footbridge, Drayton Bassett. This unusual bridge dates from the late 18th century and is a high iron footbridge ...

The Junction House, Fazeley, Lichfield

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