Cotswold Canals in Pictures

Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington

Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
River Churn aqueduct now replaced with footbridge
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A footbridge now replaces the aqueduct. The canal crossed the River Churn on what was presumably a stone arched aqueduct, of which only the masonry abutments survive.

On the east side there are stone copings on the towpath bank at the point where the channel narrows on the approach to the crossing.

Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
Footbridge in place of Churn aqueduct - canal just beyond
Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
Eastern approach to aqueduct, view towards Siddington
Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
Eastern approach to aqueduct, view towards South Cerney
Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
View of canal from site of River Churn aqueduct towards Siddington

Churn Aqueduct spill weir

Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
Site of Churn aqueduct spill weir - surviving culvert under towpath
Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
Towpath culvert opening into very overgrown spill way
Site of River Churn Aqueduct, Siddington
Site of Churn aqueduct spill weir - difficult to make out even when there!