Emergency Repairs to Weedon Embankment on the Grand Union Canal 1939.

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ingenuity competition, emergency repairs to weedon embankment on the grand union canal, The British Army at Weedon Bec and their use of the Grand Union Canal for transporting Ordnance. Weedon was at one time the location of an important Military Ordnance Depot - constructed between and it was used as a central small arms depot for the British Army.

Jul 07,  · 3 Date Dam Location Date built Height m of incident Nature of incident Refs Weedon (canal embankment) Muirhead Bilberry Kihg George V ~ Grand Union Canal Northamptonshire Largs Holmfirth Chingford 11 23 16 8 1 Overtopped and breached.

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book it disappears beneath the old railway embankment (which dates fromlong after this section of canal was disused, so there was never a bridge). We now walk westwards, across the Leam valley, with the remains of the former.

Manchester Ship Canal-Repairs to Pool Hall Embankment. receipts from Parrs Bank Ltd time sheet book September Weaver Navigation - time sheet book.8th January The Grand Union Canal, booklet, Historical and general survey by Long Marston jikishinkobudo.com E.

Scvhool c Photograph album containing sepia and black and white photographs and 3 documents relating to the photographs. Pages 1 to 65 are photographs taken by Hadlow during his time as Warwick district inspector from to and largely show repair and construction work on the canals, especially the Grand Union Canal.

Aug 16,  · The Grand Junction Canal After this section of canal became the Braunston Branch of the Oxford Canal and a stop lock was built where the Grand Junction Canal (GJC) had first made a link with.

The canal runs parallel to the rail tracks of the Great Western Railway as they were before nationalisation and merger it into the British Transport Commission, along with the Grand Union Canal Co.

The rail tracks run on embankments and through cuttings evolved from the navigators construction techniques as used on the canal.

Aug 16,  · Donald Graham McGarey has written: 'Emergency Repairs to Weedon Embankment on the Grand Union Canal ' Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author Mary McGarey written.

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* When the Grand Union Canal Company was formed in by the amalgamation of the Grand Junction, Regent's and the two Warwick Companies, the dream of operating wide boats between London and Birmingham took on a new lease of life and to this end all the Warwick locks were widened and much deepening and widening work was done throughout.

But. The canal at Hurleston Junction rises from the Shropshire Union Canal main line, through four adjacent locks, with a total rise of 34 feet 3 inches ( m).

The canal had been an early pioneer in the use of iron lock gates, instead of the more traditional wooden ones, and this material was first used on the locks at Frankton in The four locks here have a mixture of wooden and metal jikishinkobudo.com: Your Contributions.

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The information and images below are the opinion of the contributor, are not part of the official entry and do not represent the official position of. BW leaflet Grand Union canal - circular walk.

BW leaflet exploring Milton Keynes The Grand Union Canal. BW leaflet the Grand Union Canal an explorers jikishinkobudo.com leaflet Foxton Locks come jikishinkobudo.com Grand Union Canal Braunston to Kings Langley.

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IWA Timeline: s The book Narrow Boat by Tom Rolt was published and touched a chord with the British jikishinkobudo.com described the author's journey in around the canals in his narrowboat Cressy, which was also home for him and his new jikishinkobudo.com book captured the spirit of the fast declining waterways and of the special people that lived and worked on them.

The medieval town of Wellingborough housed a modest monastic grange – now the Jacobean Croyland Abbey – which was an offshoot of the monastery of Crowland (or Croyland) Abbey, near Peterborough, some 30 miles (48 km) jikishinkobudo.com part of the town is known as Croyland. All Hallows Church is the oldest existing building in Wellingborough and dates from c.

The name Watford may have arisen from the Anglo-Saxon word "waet" - (meaning full of water) as a ford once ran across the western end of the village where the motorway is now built, and hence the name Waet-ford or Watford.

Aug 30,  · Narrow Boat Albert Blog of Steve & Maggie Parkin's 60ft narrowboat based on the Grand Union Canal; including Steve's reviews of old waterways books. Pages. a 1st edition of the Inland Waterways of Great Britain & Northern Ireland by Lewis A Edwards and a section in the book led me to consider that some navigations required boats to.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Mar 01,  · Covered in this guide are: Grand Union Canal, Oxford Canal, River Stort, River Lee, Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation and River Medway, River Thames.

The detailed Ordnance Survey® maps clearly show the location of essential features such as locks, towpaths and boating facilities, as well as pubs, shops and restaurants in the area.5/5(1). Weedon has been the site of two serious rail crashes in and in which a total of 25 people were killed; the parish church of SS Peter and Paul is at the south of the village hemmed in and overlooked from both the Grand Union Canal embankment and the West Coast Main Line viaduct.

Peterborough enjoys a wide range of events including the annual East of England Show, Peterborough Festival and CAMRA beer festival, which takes place on the river embankment in late August.

The Key Theatre, built inis situated on the embankment, next to the River Nene. The theatre aims to provide entertainment, enlightenment and Ceremonial county: Cambridgeshire. My father was never able to finish his book he wrote directly in English “The Art of Horology in Europe” (a very much amplified version of the Italian edition) because he suddenly became blind 7 years before his death in My mother never finished her Chronicles about Rome and Milan and died in ——————- THE JOURNEY.

Whilton Locks is the name of a flight of seven locks on the Grand Union Canal near Daventry, in the county of Northamptonshire, England. They are also referred to as Buckby Lock Flight. — History — The Grand Junction Canal was authorised by an Act of Parliament on 30 Apriland was to run .Aug 08,  · Your Contributions.

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