A collection of photographs I have taken around the Grand Union Canal in recent months. Most were taken around the Braunston area from the junction with the Oxford canal walking east along the canal. There are also photographs of the Braunston Tunnel, Stoke Bruerne and the Blisworth Tunnel. Apologies they are in no particular order!

Canal in spring
From Lord`s Bridge – Welton
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Pink Floyd – Oxford Canal
Gas Street Basin
Gas Street Basin – Birmingham
Tnnel Cosgrove
Horse Tunnel – Cosgrove
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Butchers Bridge – Braunston
Braunston Distance sign canal
Canal Mileage marker
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Butchers Bridge – Braunston
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Horseley Iron Works Turnover Bridges – Braunston Junction
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Turnover Bridges – Braunston Junction
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Fingerpost – Braunston Junction
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Fingerpost – Norton Junction
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Turnover Bridge – Braunston Junction with Narrow Boat
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Turnover Bridge – Braunston Junction
Top Lock - Braunston
Top Lock – Braunston
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Early morning
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Autumn morning
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Season of mists & mellow fruitfulness
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Braunston All Saints` Church
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Horseley Iron Works Bridge – Braunston
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The Boat Shop – Bottom Lock – Braunston
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The Stop House – Braunston
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Nelson Lock & Bridge
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The Stop House – Braunston
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Pumping Station – Braunston
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Narrow Boats in decay
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Braunston Tunnel Plaque
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Braunston Tunnel
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Blisworth Tunnel
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Top Lock – Stoke Bruerne
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Rope grooves
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Admiral Nelson – Dark Lane – Braunston
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Canal Boat works – Braunston
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Lock Keepers Cottage – Little Braunston
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Admiral Nelson – Braunston
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The Boat House – Braunston
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Gongoozlers Rest – Braunston

 

Braunston Marina
Horseley Iron Works Bridge – Braunston Marina
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The New Inn – Watling Street Bridge
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New Inn – Watling Street

 

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