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Getting to the Avoncliff aqueduct by car is not easy as there is a very small road with a pay & display car park at the end. The walk between Dundas aqueduct and Avoncliff aqueduct is about three miles along a pretty stretch of canal...More
Approximately seven plus miles from Bath along the canal.
There is a tea room here and a pay and display car park which you reach via a narrow lane. There is also a train station at Avoncliff which is ideal for return journey back.
Found this incredible place by chance by following a Google hint. Getting to it is not easy as the road is very narrow (single track) but it is well worth it. There is a small pay and display car park and a tea room (excellent)...More
A fantastic engineering testimony to Britain's canal heritage! This magnificent aqueduct on the Kennet and Avon canal spans a railway, river and road (alliterations abound! ) Just a few miles along from the more popularly advertised Dundas aqueduct (worth a visit), the aqueduct really is...More
The aqueduct designed by John Rennie is unusual in that it crosses a road, river and railway line. Shortly after it was finished the central span started to sink due to poor quality stone and has been repaired many times, go down below to get...More