River Stour and Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal

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River Stour and Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal

On the left is Falling Sands Nature area, with the River Stour to its right. Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve is in the distance. The canal is at a higher level to the right of the river. 
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3 Responses to River Stour and Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal

  1. Ashley says:

    Great picture. I love the two different levels of water and the three levels of land!
    Where I live in NI we have the Newry Canal running alongside the Upper Bann River. Unfortunately, the canal (the oldest summit level canal in Britain and Ireland completed in 1741) is now abandoned except for the valiant efforts of the volunteers of IWAI Newry-Portadown Branch! Sorry, I mustn’t go on!

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