Passing Through Woolhampton Lock

Passing Through Woolhampton Lock

A narrow boat has just passed through Woolhampton lock on the Kennet and Avon Canal at Woolhampton in Berkshire, England. This lock was constructed between 1718 and 1723 under the supervision of the engineer John Hore of Newbury. It was part of the Kennet Navigation - that is part river and part canal. The Kennet and Avon canal was constructed to join Bristol and London via Reading making the transport of goods smoother. It closed due to the Great Western Railway but was reopened in 1990.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 6000 x 4000, 23.12Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 25/10/2018

Ian Lewis | Passing Through Woolhampton Lock
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