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Coventry Canal
England

Coventry canal, close to Hawkesbury junction (otherwise known as Sutton Stop) at Longford.  The canal, as well as being a popular route for narrow boats, also forms part of an art trail.

Copyright: Ralph ames
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Uploaded: 05/05/2009
Updated: 18/02/2012
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Tags: coventry canal; water; bridge; narrow boats; pylons
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