'Cotswold Canals Connected' refers to the Stroudwater Canal restoration programme that will restore the link between the navigable canal around Stroud and its connection to the national waterways network at Saul Junction, on the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.
The photos illustrate the major structures along the route from Ocean Railway Bridge, at Stonehouse to Walk Bridge near Saul Junction. The restoration is also known as 'Phase 1b', which is part of the long-term plan for the full restoration of the Cotswold Canals.
An overview about what the Cotswold Canals Connected restoration will involve can be found here.
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Locations 1-23 of 23
Site of Ocean Railway Bridge, Stonehouse [more]
Bond's Mill Bridge, Stonehouse [more]
Roving Bridge, Stonehouse [more]
Newtown Lock, Eastington [more]
Blunder Lock, Eastington [more]
Pike Bridge, Eastington [more]
Dock Lock, Chipmans Platt [more]
Meadow Mill overflow weir, Chipmans Platt [more]
End of infilling, Chipmans Platt [more]
Westfield Bridge & site of Westfield Lock [more]
M5 Motorway obstruction [more]
Bristol Road Lock, Whitminster [more]
Bristol Road Wharf, and start of infilling [more]
Exolum Oil Pipeline, Whitminster [more]
Occupation Bridge, Whitminster [more]
Site of Stonepitts Bridge [more]
River Frome and site of Lockham Aqueduct [more]
Start of Infill, Whitminster Lock [more]
Whitminster Bridge & Lock [more]
Walk Bridge, Whitminster [more]