Turning at Hawkesbury junction 2

Turning at Hawkesbury junction 2

Here we see a narrowboat about to make the turn from the Coventry Canal onto the Oxford which requires a swift U turn through this 1837 iron bridge. Once a massively important commercial site the importance is now entirely due to holiday and recreational boating. This junction is also known as Sutton Stop after one of the toll keepers who used to be based here.

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Image size: 6000 x 4000, 15.78Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7200 | Date uploaded: 12/08/2018

Steve Stamford | Turning at Hawkesbury junction 2
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