Kennet and Avon At Sulhamstead

Kennet and Avon At Sulhamstead

Just below the swing bridge carrying the road over the Kennet and Avon Canal at Sulhamstead, Berkshire. The surrounding buildings are reflected in the water and the whole scene is bathed in late afternoon sunlight. The Kennet and Avon Canal, 87 miles long, was constructed between 1794 and 1810 to link the Thames and Avon rivers, providing a smooth transport link between Bristol and London via Reading. The canal, once almost derelict, was restored in the late 1900s, being fully opened in 1990.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 5638 x 3769, 25.02Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 22/01/2019

Ian Lewis | Kennet and Avon At Sulhamstead
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