Parts of the loop run between high sided industrial buildings which restrict the views, rather like being in a cutting.
Category: Soho Loop Photos
The four-way signpost marks Rotton Park Junction.
Rotton Park Junction is immediately beyond the Railway Bridge and it is a four-way junction. Straight ahead is the Icknield Port Loop.
A short length of the Soho Loop has wonderful long range views towards the centre of Birmingham.
Western Road Bridge is typical of many around the Soho Loop. The red doors in the bridge parapet give access for the fire service to take water from the canal for fire fighting purposes. Birmingham is
Looking along the Soho Loop towards Wolverhampton the towpath bridge marks the entrance to the Soho Branch into Hockley Port.
The Soho Loop of the Birmingham Canal Navigations passes the junction for the Soho Branch.
The bridge carries the towpath over the entrance to the Soho Branch into Hockley Port.
Wide sweeping curves with houses set well back from the towpath makes for a lovely cruise along the Soho Loop.
HM Prison Birmingham, sometimes known as Winson Green Prison, stands next to the Soho Loop, with its boundary marked by the High Brick Walls.
Approaching WInson Green Junction along the Soho Loop. Immediately beyond the bridge is the junction with the Main Line of the Birmingham Canal Navigations. That runs between
The finger sign at Winson Green Junction identifies the Birmingham Canal Navigations (BCN) Main Line between Birmingham and Wolverhampton.