Aldersley Junction

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Aldersley Junction.
180619-160116 – SJ 90289 01138 – BCN-ML 24-665

We’re looking at Aldersley Junction from the end of the Main Line of the Birmingham Canal Navigations (BCN).

The Staffs & Worcester Canal passes across the picture from Stourport on the left to Great Haywood Junction on the right.

Aldersley Junction

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Aldersley Junction.
180619-160116 – SJ 90289 01138 – BCN-ML 24-665

We’re looking at Aldersley Junction from the end of the Main Line of the Birmingham Canal Navigations (BCN).

The Staffs & Worcester Canal passes across the picture from Stourport on the left to Great Haywood Junction on the right.

Hatherton Junction

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Hatherton Junction.
180620-085810 – SJ 93467 08502 – SAW 50-600

At Hatherton Junction the Staffs & Worcester Canal passes across the foreground of the photo, with Great Haywood Junction to the left and Stourport to the right.

Straight ahead is the start of the Hatherton Canal which is only navigable for around 250m.  The derelict route beyond there, linking to the Birmingham Canal Navigations, is under restoration.

Great Haywood Junction

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Great Haywood Junction.
180621-095052 – SJ 99498 22928 – SAW 75-090

The finger sign shows the way at Great Haywood Junction.

The Trent & Mersey Canal runs straight past the junction on its way from the River Trent near Shardlow and through the Potteries to Preston Brook.

The Staffs & Worcester Canal starts here and runs past Wolverhampton to reach the River Severn at Stourport.