Autumn at Ruislip Lido

Autumn at Ruislip Lido

Ruislip Lido started life in 1811 as Ruislip Reservoir and was built as a feeder for the Grand Junction Canal, later, in 1933, to become the Grand Union Canal. John Rennie was the main engineer working on the construction, Hugh Mackintosh the constructor. On 5th December 1811 the project was announced as complete, by Rennie.

Chris Day

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Chris Day | Autumn at Ruislip Lido
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