Stockingfield Junction

Junction with the Port Dundas branch
Lochburn Road, Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland, United Kingdom
 
 
Stockingfield Junction is a major waterways place at the junction of the Forth and Clyde Canal (Port Dundas branch) with the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line).
 
Port Dundas Basin (Once formed the terminus of the Monkland Canal) is on the Forth and Clyde Canal (Port Dundas branch), 2 miles and 6½ furlongs and 2 locks to the southeast. Union Canal Junction (Junction of Forth and Clyde and Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canals) is on the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line), 20 miles and 4 furlongs and 4 locks to the east. Clyde Canal Junction (Junction of the River Cylde and the Forth and Cylde Canal) is on the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line), 9 miles and 4 furlongs and 20 locks to the west.
 
 
The nearest place in the direction of Port Dundas Basin is Ruchill Old Railway Aqueduct; 2 furlongs away.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Union Canal Junction is Stockingfield Narrows; ½ furlongs away.
 
The nearest place in the direction of Clyde Canal Junction is Stockingfield Junction Aqueduct No 14 (Also called Lochburn Rd Aqueduct); a few yards away.

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Forth and Clyde Canal Pathway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From Stockingfield Junction the canal path runs north east, through Bishopbriggs, Kirkintilloch and Kilsyth, to Falkirk where the Forth & Clyde Canal joins with the ...
Forth & Clyde Canal: Stockingfield Jcn to Kilsyth (Walkhighlands)
... completed in 1790. This stage leads from Stockingfield Junction in Maryhill, Glasgow out into the countryside, through the town of Kirkintilloch and on to Kilsyth.
Stockingfield junction on the Forth and Clyde canal - Glasgow
Stockingfield junction on the Forth and Clyde canal Port Dundas Branch.
Forth and Clyde Canal - Temple to Glasgow
The Glasgow Branch leaves the canal at the Stockingfield Junction not far beyond the top Maryhill lock, and allows boats to sail right into the centre of the city.
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Applecross Street Basin — 1 mile, 7 furlongs away
On the Forth and Clyde Canal (Port Dundas branch) in the direction of Port Dundas Basin
Craighall Road Basin — 2 miles, 4 furlongs and 1 lock away
On the Forth and Clyde Canal (Port Dundas branch) in the direction of Port Dundas Basin
Luggiebank Road Winding Hole — 6 miles, 7 furlongs away
On the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line) in the direction of River Carron - Forth and Clyde Canal Junction
Bowling Basin — 9 miles, 2½ furlongs and 19 locks away
On the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line) in the direction of Clyde Canal Junction
Auchinstarry Winding Hole — 12 miles away
On the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line) in the direction of River Carron - Forth and Clyde Canal Junction
Craigmarloch Basin — 12 miles, 6¾ furlongs away
On the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line) in the direction of River Carron - Forth and Clyde Canal Junction
Wyndford Lock Winding Hole — 14 miles, 2 furlongs away
On the Forth and Clyde Canal (Main Line) in the direction of River Carron - Forth and Clyde Canal Junction