Towpath Into Hungerford

Towpath Into Hungerford

The towpath by the Kennet and Avon Canal leading eastwards into the town of Hungerford in West Berkshire. During the mid 1800s, this was a thriving industrial area lined with canalside industrial buildings. Boats would have been busy loading and unloading goods such as Bath stone for building the new mansions in London. The canal was constructed between 1794 and 1810 to link the Thames at Reading with Bristol, enabling goods to be transported smoothly from London to Bristol.

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Ian Lewis | Towpath Into Hungerford
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