Looking up Caen Hill

Looking up Caen Hill

The Caen Hill flight of locks is a major feat of canal engineering twice over - once when it was originally completed in 1810 but later fell into disrepair before being fully restored largely by volunteer fund raising and labour after it was closed to boat traffic in 1951. Overall there are some 29 locks in total on the flight, but this group of 16 are the most famous.

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Image size: 6000 x 4000, 12.93Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7200 | Date uploaded: 19/05/2019

Steve Stamford | Looking up Caen Hill
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