Waterways of Mainland Britain

The Waterways of Mainland Britain is made up of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, the River Douglas, the River Ribble, the Ribble Link, the Lancaster Canal, the Aire and Calder Navigation, the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation, the River Trent, the Driffield Navigation, the Rochdale Canal, the Bridgewater Canal, the Calder and Hebble Navigation, the Huddersfield Broad Canal, the Huddersfield Narrow Canal, the Ripon Canal, the River Ure, the River Ouse : Yorkshire, the River Derwent, the Pocklington Canal, the River Foss, the River Don, the Chesterfield Canal, the Manchester Ship Canal, the River Weaver, the Anderton Lift, the Fossdyke Canal, the River Witham, the River Humber, the Market Weighton Canal, the River Idle, the Trent and Mersey Canal, the Macclesfield Canal, the Peak Forest Canal, the Ashton Canal, the Shropshire Union Canal, the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, the Coventry Canal, the Oxford Canal, the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, the River Severn, the Droitwich Canals, the River Wye, the Stratford Canal, the River Avon - Warwickshire, the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, the Birmingham Canal Navigations, the Grand Union Canal, the Lee and Stort Navigation, the River Thames, the River Wey, the Basingstoke Canal, the River Roding, the River Medway, the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal, the River Brue, the River Isle and Westport Canal, the River Parrett, the River Yeo, the Grand Western Canal, the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation, the Chichester Canal, the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, the River Adur, the River Nene, the Middle Level Navigations, the River Great Ouse, the River Cam, the Witham Navigable Drains, the Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal, the Liverpool South Docks, the Coombe Hill Canal, the Bude Canal, the Cotswold Canals, the Crinan Canal, the Norfolk Broads, the Caledonian Canal, the Kennet and Avon Canal, the River Hull, the River Mersey, the Manchester Bolton and Bury Canal, the River Ancholme, the Exeter Ship Canal, the North Walsham and Dilham Canal, the Lydney and Pidcocks Canal, the Forth and Clyde Canal, the Dartford & Crayford Navigation, the River Tone, the River Ember, the River Welland, the River Glen, the River Wharfe, the River Swale, the River Tyne, the River Wansbeck, the River Wear, the Southwick Canal, the Ulverston Canal, the Derby and Sandiacre Canal, the The Wash, the Cromford Canal, the Hereford and Gloucester Canal, the Stourbridge Canals, the Louth Navigation, the Neath and Tennant Canal, the Sankey Canal, the Ashby Canal, the Grantham Canal, the Swansea Canal, the River Avon - Bristol, the Wey and Arun Canal, the River Arun, the Runcorn and Weston Canal, the Thames and Medway Canal, the Daventry Canal, the River Ouseburn and the The Bradley Canal.

 
 
 

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