Worcester and Birmingham Canal

The Worcester and Birmingham Canal is part of the Waterways of Mainland Britain and is made up of the Worcester and Birmingham Canal (Birmingham to King's Norton), the Worcester and Birmingham Canal (Diglis Basin to King's Norton Junction), the Worcester and Birmingham Canal (Diglis Junction to Diglis Basin) and the Worcester and Birmingham Canal (Diglis Basin Marina Arm).

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Wikipedia has a page about Worcester and Birmingham Canal

The Worcester and Birmingham Canal is a canal linking Birmingham and Worcester in England. It starts in Worcester, as an 'offshoot' of the River Severn (just after the river lock) and ends in Gas Street Basin in Birmingham. It is 29 miles (47 km) long. There are 58 locks in total on the canal, including the 30 Tardebigge Locks, one of the largest lock flights in Europe. The canal climbs 428 feet (130 m) from Worcester to Birmingham.

Other Wikipedia pages that might relate to Worcester and Birmingham Canal
[Diglis Basin] [Holliday Street Aqueduct] [Gas Street Basin] [Tardebigge Locks] [Tardebigge Engine House] [Dunhampstead] [Tardebigge] [Tardebigge Lake] [Wast Hills Tunnel]
Information retrieved Tuesday 29 December 2015 at 10:20