1 edition of Nottingham & Beeston canal. found in the catalog.
Nottingham & Beeston canal.
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The Nottingham & Beeston Canal takes you into the heart of the city, and is a key feature of the vibrant waterfront district. Looking for a perfect place to picnic, relax, think, run, walk your dog and more, all for free.
Download your free regional guide today. To find details such as moorings, boaters' facilities and access points, you'll. Beeston Canal, Nottinghamshire Over pegs of very good Canal fishing to the West of Nottingham City Centre. The Canal allows Boats to travel through Nottingham avoiding the shallow water on the Trent at Clifton Bridge and the weir at Beeston.
Being joined at both ends to the River Trent means that all the species found in the River can. Beeston is a town in Nottinghamshire, England, miles ( km) south-west of Nottingham city centre.
To the immediate north-east is the University of Nottingham's main campus, University pharmaceutical and retail chemist group Boots has its headquarters miles (1 km) east of the centre of Beeston, on the border with Broxtowe and the City of parish: unparished.
Location: Canalside Heritage Centre,Canal Side, Beeston. Emotive Music by Jeanie Barton. Join acclaimed singer and pianist, Jeannie Barton, at the the Canalside Heritage Centre for an evening excellent, emotive music.
Places are limited so be sure to book your ticket soon. Start: 6 th April, End: 6 th April, Description: 25 Cm x Cm The Nottingham Canal ran from Trent Bridge to join with the Cromford and Erewash canals at Langley Mill. This book tells the history of the canal and details some of the recent renovation work.
pages. Many b/w photographs and other illustrations. Every book is sent in a cardboard postal package/5(4). The junction where the Beeston Canal joins the Nottingham Canal is known as Lenton Chain because the River Trent Navigation (who owned the Beeston Canal) used to lock their route by means of a Nottingham & Beeston canal.
book stretched across the waterway. It was only unlocked when a toll of 1d was paid. This section lists some of the wide range of Nottinghamshire local history books available for you to buy.
To purchase a particular item, please follow the instructions on that page. If you are the author of a local history book on Nottinghamshire, submit a page in. I have produced a small booklet about a walk I made along the Nottingham to Beeston Canal.
It follows the walk from the canals start at River Trent and Meadow Lane Lock at Nottingham to its end at Beeston Lock and the River Trent at Beeston. With many photographs taken along its length and a look back at some of the canals historical past.
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A walk from Beeston to Nottingham along the canal. Nottingham & Beeston Canal A brief account of building of the canal followed by a detailed description of the canal trail from Nottingham to Beeston. Maps of the route and illustrations throughout. Published by Nottingham City Planning Department, 20 pages in a convenient format for carrying, in a card cover.
As mentioned in the book. Join Professor John Beckett at the Canalside Heritage Centre for a fascinating talk about the history of the Nottingham and Beeston Canal and the Beeston Rylands community which grew up at its side.
A wide range of topics will be covered including The Rylands Mission, Mitchell's steamer, a music hall stars' boating accident, and the original. Fax machines, deck chairs and pick axes have all been pulled out of Nottingham's canal after the sport of 'magnet fishing' arrived in the city.
Canal Side, Beeston, Nottingham Sold the property sits opposite Beeston canal which also forms part of a nature reserve and there are attractive tow paths and nature walks on the doorstep.
Far from being isolated, the property is conveniently situated on a bus route and close to many amenities including the vibrant Beeston town centre with. Beeston Canal and Lock and parkland pathways alongside the River Trent, near the Beeston Weir.
Great views along the Trent and some lovely cafe's and always a selection of "Barges" to see moored along the riverside. Lovely riverside walking paths and parks nearby/5(2). The Nottingham Canal-a photographic exploration I have to admit, I didn’t expect to find anything quite as beautiful in the Erewash Valley when I started my research.
For a canal which has largely been forgotten since the s, when the short-lived Nottingham Canal Society existed, a huge amount lly, this canal is still partly navigable, and connected to the rest of the.
A linear walk through Nottingham city centre discovering some of the hidden treasures within the city. This walk is one of the Nottingham Walks By Bus series, created to allow walkers to access some of Nottingham's best walking routes via Nottingham City Transport bus routes. The walking route explores the city streets to discover some of the more unusual attractions including a 5/5(1).
Beeston Canal Lock keepers cottages at the junction with the River Trent s. (Image: Nottingham Post) 17 of 40 Collin's Almshouses, Derby Road, Lenton Abbey. Nottingham Canal Pubs/Cafes. A must see on the canal is the unique Canalhouse pub in the city centre. It is famous for having a canal that extends into the Grade II listed building, complete with resident narrow boats.
There's also a large covered beer garden situated by the canal side which enables people to sit outside no matter the weather. The Trent Navigation Company built a cut from Beeston to meet the Nottingham Canal at Lenton - thus avoiding the difficult shallows and the old Trent Bridge. The Nottingham Canal used to turn north at Lenton (known as Lenton Chain Junction), just south of Lenton Lane Bridge (13a), beyond the boatyard shown below.
Beeston Lock is situated at the junction of the Nottingham Canal & Beeston Cut and the River Trent. Head out of town on the A into Beeston. Take the turn off to the left at a major junction. Uniquely, the bar has a canal boat and part of the Nottingham canal inside. Walking along Carrington Street.
Graffiti art and canalside cyclist. Looking east along the canal. Situated on the banks of the Nottingham-Beeston Canal, the Canal Museum is inside a restored warehouse and documents the once-thriving canal and the river trade in the area. The city of Nottingham has a busy and vibrant waterfront district, based around the Nottingham & Beeston Canal and the River Trent.
The Castle Wharf area is buzzing with café culture and alfresco dining, all at the water's edge. It is overlooked by Nottingham Castle, perched dramatically on a high rock above the city. The book follows the two characters, Dog and Duck, as they travel down the canal towards Nottingham.
The catalyst for their journey is the construction of the heritage centre, momentarily disrupting their home. I met up with Heather and Duncan at the Heritage Centre to find out more about the book, and why such projects are crucial to the. Canal Street Nottingham NG1 7EH | | [email protected] Home / Pubs / Canalhouse.
A highly unique venue that will have you coming back time and time again. FOOD MENU SAMPLE BEER MENU Function Room. Opening in on the lower floors of the former Canal museum, the Canalhouse is. Nottingham Canal, Nottingham, United Kingdom. 78 likes 6 talking about this 1, were here.
The Nottingham Canal was a mi long canal between Location: Nottingham, United Kingdom. The Canalhouse Bar, Nottingham: See unbiased reviews of The Canalhouse Bar, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked # of 1, restaurants in Nottingham.4/5().
Beeston Canalside Heritage Centre, Beeston, Nottinghamshire. 2, likes talking about this. An exciting community development in Beeston and the 5/5(3). Nottingham & Beeston canal Explore Esmik D'Aguiar's photos on Flickr.
Esmik D'Aguiar has uploaded photos to Flickr. Lord Snowdon has collaborated with Swedish fashion label Acne producing a book of portraits and a limited edition of blue shirts.
Tina Williams Torvill and Dean. This is the Lenton Chain where the Beeston Cut, just visible on the left, joins the Nottingham Canal, which can be seen heading northwards towards Abbey Street and portion of the canal was subsequently used to house the rerouted River Leen and this s photograph shows work progressing on the siphon which will direct the waters of.
Hatha,Yin & Yoga for Arthritis Classes & Workshops in Beeston, Chilwell & Arnold, Nottingham. Yoga classes suitable for beginners/mixed ability. Yvonne Patrick Yoga, Canalside Heritage Centre, Weir Cottages, Canal Side, Beeston, Nottingham (). Canal Side in Beeston is in the East Midlands region of England.
The postcode is within the Beeston Rylands ward/electoral division, which is in the constituency of Broxtowe. This page combines information for the address Canal Side, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1NG, and the neighbourhood in which it resides.
Train tickets from Beeston to Nottingham can start from as little as £ when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day. Prices can also vary depending the time of day, route and class you book. The River Trent (Beeston Canal) is a broad canal and is part of the River runs for 4 miles and 4¾ furlongs from Lenton Chain (where it joins the River Trent (Nottingham Canal)) to Beeston Lock No 4 (where it joins the River Trent (Western End)).
The maximum dimensions for a boat to be able to travel on the waterway are 72 feet long and 15 feet and 2 inches wide. The Nottingham Canal was a kilometres ( mi) long canal between Langley Mill in Derbyshire and Nottingham, opened inand most of it was closed in The southern section is now part of the River Trent Navigation, and the northern section is a nature reserve.
Sincethe Broxtowe Borough Council has owned and maintained the upstream. To book or for more any more information please contact me on Canal Side, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 1LZ. Other Alternative & Holistic Health in Nottingham Joanne - Human & Animal Reiki Farnsfield Nottingham, NG Deb Triffitt.
The River Trent (Nottingham Canal) is a broad canal and is part of the River runs for 1 mile and 2½ furlongs through 2 locks from Meadow Lane Junction (where it joins the River Trent (non-tidal section)) to Lenton Chain (where it joins the River Trent (Beeston Canal)).
The maximum dimensions for a boat to be able to travel on the waterway are 79 feet and 9 inches. The Nottingham Canal Trail Description. The trail takes walkers and cyclists along the disused Nottingham Canal. It's easily accessible from Stapleford Hill and the Hemlock Stone.
The walk connects Wollaton with Coventry Lane to the east, and Trowell and Langley Mill to the west, and is also suitable for cycling.
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The Nottingham Canal. The Nottingham Canal was promoted under an Act ofand designed to help colliery owners near Nottingham compete with the Erewash Canal.
The mile (24 km) canal also started at Langley Mill and terminated at the River Trent but took a more direct route across the county and joined the river at Nottingham. There are 6 ways to get from Beeston to Nottingham Canal by bus, tram, taxi, towncar or foot.
Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner.RideWise started in working within Nottingham communities.
We have taught o people how to ride a bike. We aim to inspire and enable people to use multimodal transport to improve their health as well as reduce our environmental impact. The Canalhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, is the only pub in the UK where the canal runs inside the building.
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