Grand Union Canal


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Grand Union Canal

a canal in S England linking London and the Midlands: opened in 1801
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Preparations are being made to repair a Loughborough Great Central Railway bridge over the Grand Union Canal.
5 Vintage Foxton Festival (September 16-17) Another Canal and River Trust project, this is at Foxton Locks on the Grand Union Canal near Market Harborough, Leics.
Thames Water has a permit to discharge treated effluent from Tring STW into the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal.
Emily Rowland, EA environment officer, said: "We welcome the court's decision to penalise Thames Water for serious breaches of its environmental permit, which led to pollution of the Grand Union Canal.
Detectives had originally described the discovery of the body in the Grand Union Canal near Maida Vale, west London, as "suspicious".
Police at the scene by the Grand Union Canal in London where a |body was found in a suitcase: the death is being treated as suspicious
Improvements will include the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal from Aston Junction to Salford Junction, the Grand Union Canal from Bordesley Junction to Salford Junction, and Tame Valley Canal from Salford Circus to Deykin Avenue.
The 320,000 sq ft development is located at the intersection of Bishop's Bridge Road and the Grand Union Canal, and will include 15 storeys of office space, as well as retail outlets.
uk Cruises on the Grand Union Canal for up to 40 passengers, cruising through the Northamptonshire countryside via the famous Blisworth tunnel or a flight of seven locks.
Richard Nosek is also hosting a selection of cruises on his narrow boat Indigo Dream, along the Grand Union Canal to Northampton and through the fens towards Cambridge.
He was also reportedly seen on the Grand Union Canal near Foxton, Leicestershire.

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