Lee and Stort Navigation

The Lee and Stort Navigation is part of the Waterways of Mainland Britain and is made up of the Lee and Stort Navigation (Bow Creek), the Lee and Stort Navigation (Bow Lock), the Lee and Stort Navigation (Limehouse Cut), the Lee and Stort Navigation (River Lee), the Lee and Stort Navigation (River Lee: commercial section), the Lee and Stort Navigation (River Stort) and the Lee and Stort Navigation (Bow Back Rivers).

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Lee & Stort
The Lee Navigation runs from the tidal river Thames at Limehouse Basin to a ... The Stort Navigation joins the Lee near Hoddesdon and runs to a terminus at ...
River Stort | Canal maps and river walks | Canal & River Trust
The River Stort is a tributary of the River Lee, which it joins at Hoddesdon, and extends navigation for 14 miles from there to Bishops Stortford. The River Stort's ...
Waterway Gazetteer for Lee and Stort Navigation (River Stort - Main ...
Jul 7, 2019 ... It runs for 13 miles and 2½ furlongs through 15 locks from Rye House Junction ( where it joins the Lee and Stort Navigation (River Lee)) to ...
Lee Navigation | London Canal Map | Canal & River Trust
The River Lee Navigation runs from rural Hertfordshire into the heart of London, and a picturesque .... The River Stort joins the Lee a few miles below Hertford.
Lee and stort
Acts of Parliament · Lee Navigation · Lee Engineers · Lee History Papers · Lee Surveys · Pollution Report · Stort Navigation · Stort Chronology · Stort Pre-History
Stort Navigation - Wikipedia
The Stort Navigation is the canalised section of the River Stort running 22 kilometres (14 mi) ... The Lee Navigation paid the proprietors £105 in 1774, for improvements made to the junction between the two rivers. Trade increased gradually ...
Lee & Stort rivers and the canalised sections ... - Canal Guide
The Lee and Stort Navigation and the Thames Connection ... The Rivers Lee ( sometimes spelled as Lea) and Stort link the towns of Hertford and Bishop's ...
BW london lee and stort map (85KB PDF)
Reservoirs. Regent's Canal. Hertford Union Canal. Limehouse Cut. River Lee Navigation. River Stort Navigation. Bow Creek (tidal). Bow Back Rivers. M11. M11.
Map of the Stort Navigation of the Lee Navigation
The map displays a range of services available on the Stort Navigation of the Lee Navigation. Simply click the box next to any service being displayed in the Map ...
Lee Navigation - Wikipedia
The Lee Navigation is a canalised river incorporating the River Lea It flows from Hertford Castle .... The Lee Navigation bought the Stort Navigation in 1911, and instituted further improvements, including reconstruction of the locks between ...

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Information retrieved Tuesday 29 December 2015 at 10:15