A461 Moat Bank Bridge

A461 Moat Bank Bridge 

Sister Bridge to St Johns London Road Bridge for half its width which was also rebuilt in 1930's. This bridge was exposed by County Highways as part of their bridge inspections and was found to be intact.




Location

Access:
Alignment: On canal line
Huddlesford: 5.00 Miles (8.10 Kms.)
Catshill: 3.60 Miles (5.80 Kms.)

GPS

52.66056, -1.87614

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Lock 12

Lock 12 

This lock is partly exposed and visible above ground to the west and beside Coppice Lane.


See Captain Ahab's Watery Tales on this section.


Location

Access: Can be seen from trail but no access
Alignment: On canal line
Huddlesford: -
Catshill: -

GPS

52.66207, -1.87699

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Coppice Lane Bridge

Coppice Lane Bridge 

A new bridge will be required at this location to replace the original bridge removed shortly after abandonment. A cranked water pipe to the side of the road indicates the profile of the original canal.




Location

Access:
Alignment: On canal line
Huddlesford: 4.90 Miles (7.90 Kms.)
Catshill: 3.70 Miles (6.00 Kms.)

GPS

52.66217, -1.87692

Nearby



Pipehill Pumping Station

Pipehill Pumping Station 

The privately owned canal channel and towpath remain as abandoned to the North of the Puming Station.




Location

Access: Private property - no access
Alignment: South of canal
Huddlesford: -
Catshill: -

GPS

52.6647, -1.8728

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Pipehill Wharf

Pipehill Wharf 

Coal for the adjacent Pipehill Pumping Station Steam Engines would have been delivered to this canalside wharf.


See Captain Ahab's Watery Tales  on this section. 


Location

Access: Private property - no access
Alignment: On canal line
Huddlesford: -
Catshill: -

GPS

52.66694, -1.8697

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Old Canal Loop

Old Canal Loop 

Redundant Loop of Old canal cut off when railway was constructed and new bridges formed in 1846 ? This area is all in private ownership




Location

Access: Can be seen from trail but no access
Alignment: North of canal
Huddlesford: -
Catshill: -

GPS

52.66737, -1.86796

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A461 Pipehill Road and Rail Bridge

Pipehill Bridge showing the three spans - canal, farm track and railway.

The three span bridge over the canal and the adjacent railway was originally constructed in 1846 and replaced the original canal road bridge.




Location

Access:
Alignment: On canal line
Huddlesford: 4.40 Miles (7.10 Kms.)
Catshill: 4.20 Miles (6.80 Kms.)

GPS

52.6674, -1.86871

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Smiths Bridge

Smiths Bridge 

Site of old bridge known as Smith’s Bridge or Shaw’s Bridge.

The canal will take a new route here to avoid severing existing farmland.




Location

Access: Private property - no access
Alignment:
Huddlesford: -
Catshill: -

GPS

52.66519, -1.86455

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Roman Settlement at Wall

Roman Settlement at Wall 

To the south of the Canal approx 1k along Wall Lane is the Roman Settlement of Letocetum where a museum and site is open to the public.




Location

Access:
Alignment: South of canal
Huddlesford: -
Catshill: -

GPS

52.66658, -1.85898

Nearby



Wall Lane Bridge

Wall Lane Bridge 

The canal passes under Wall Lane and the remains of the existing road bridge need to exposed and restored.




Location

Access:
Alignment: On canal line
Huddlesford: 4.00 Miles (6.40 Kms.)
Catshill: 4.70 Miles (7.50 Kms.)

GPS

52.66658, -1.85898

Nearby