Moored Narrowboats At Newbury

Moored Narrowboats At Newbury

Narrowboats and houseboats moored just downstream from Newbury on the Kennet and Avon Canal. This section of the canal - or navigation (combined river and canal) began its construction in 1718 under the supervision of engineer John Hore of Newbury and in 1724 the section between Reading and Newbury was opened. The remainder of the length to Bristol was completed between 1794 and 1810. The canal fell into disuse due to the coming of the railway but was restored and fully reopened in 1990.

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Ian Lewis | Moored Narrowboats At Newbury
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