Anderton Lift Basin (Trent and Mersey)

Entrance to lift
Old Road, Anderton, Cheshire West and Chester, England, United Kingdom
Anderton Lift Basin (Trent and Mersey) is a minor waterways place on the Anderton Lift between Anderton Lift Junction (Trent and Mersey) (a few yards to the north) and Anderton Lift (Trent and Mersey) (Connection to River Weaver via the lift) (¼ furlongs to the south).
The nearest place in the direction of Anderton Lift Junction (Trent and Mersey) is Anderton Lift Junction Footbridge; a few yards away.

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Anderton Boat Lift - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aerial view of Anderton Boat Lift and basin on the north bank of the River Weaver ... The opening of the Trent and Mersey Canal in 1777 provided a second route ...
Trent and Mersey Canal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anderton Boat Lift ..... Horninglow Basin ... The Trent and Mersey Canal is a 93.5- mile long canal (150.5 km) in the East Midlands, West Midlands, and north-west ...
anderton boat lift near northwich - enuii
anderton boat lift page. ... View of upper entrance to lift from basin off Trent & Mersey canal. Anderton Boat Lift. View showing the lift and connecting aqueduct.
Anderton Boat Lift - Photographers Resource
Anderton Boat Life near Northwich Cheshire the one of only two boat lifts in the UK. ... the River Weaver and the Trent & Mersey Canal, rather than competing with each ... By 1870 the Anderton Basin was a major interchange for the shipping of ...
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