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Hawkesbury Junction - Sutton Stop Canal
England

Hawkesbury Junction is a meeting between the Coventry Canal and the Oxford Canal. It is also known as Sutton Stop and is an important conservation area, so named because it was the Sutton family that remained lock-keepers for over half of the nineteenth century.

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