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Description: Aqueduct, Stratford on Avon Canal (That Part in Aston Cantlow Cp)
Date Listed: 23 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 305391
OS Grid Reference: SP1620260907
OS Grid Coordinates: 416202, 260907
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2461, -1.7641
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ASTON CANTLOW SALTERS LANE
6/45 Aqueduct, Stratford-on-Avon
Canal (that part in Aston
Aqueduct. Late C18/early C19, with late C19 alterations and repairs. English
bond grey brick piers, and regular coursed stone and brick abutments; some late
C19 engineering brick. Wrought iron girders and cast iron trough and railings.
14 tapering piers, with narrow sides refaced in engineering brick. Abutments
partly of engineering brick. openwork girders to each span. Trough has tow
path at base rather than water level. Simple railing to tow path side only.
Carries the Stratford on Avon canal, begun after 1793. Part of the aqueduct lies
in Wooton Wawen parish.
(H.R. Hodgkinson: Notes on the History of Midland Waterways; Transactions of the
Birmingham Archaeological Society, Vol.39, p.88).
Listing NGR: SP1620260907
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