Waterways of England and Wales

1790 - 1800 sheet 4

History

Key

Tidal rivers

River Navigations

Broad Canals

NarrowCanals

Tub-boat canals

In use by 1790

Tidal river in use by 1790 River navigation in use by 1790 Broad canal in use by 1790 Narrow canal in use by 1790 Tub-boat canals, in use by 1790

Built 1790-1800

  Tidal river built 1790-1800 Broad canal built 1790-1800 Nawrrow canal built 1790-1800  

Proposed 1790-1800

    Broad canal proposed 1790-1800 Narrow canal planned 1790-1800  

Abandoned by 1800

  River navigation abandoned by 1800      
MAP 4

These historical maps are the work of the late Dr. Mike Stevens

Earlier date, same map Next date , same mapIcon - other regions for same date

Earlier ----- Later----- Regions

Numbered Waterways

(6) Ashton Canal

(7) Peak Forest Canal

(15) Stainforth & Keadby Canal

(17) Dearne & Dove Canal

(18) Caistor Canal

(19) Horncastle Navigation

(22) Leek Branch

(23) Newcastle-under-Lyme Canal

(25) Leominster Canal

(27) Commercial Canal [#]

(28) Nottingham Canal

(29) Nutbrook Canal

(30) Derby Canal

(31) Utoxeter Branch

(32) Leicester Navigation (Forest line)

(33) Leicester Navigation (main line)

(34) Melton Mowbray Navigation

(35) Oakham Canal

(36) Leics & Northants Union Canal

(37) Ashby-de-la-Zouche Canal

(38) Wyrley & Essington Canal

(39) Walsall Canal

(40) Doe End Branch

(41) Warwick & Birmingham Canal

(42) Warwick & Napton Canal

(43) Stratford-on-Avon Canal

(44) Worcester and Birmingham Canal

(45) Dudley Canal no.2 line

(46) Grand Junction Canal

(47) Sleaford Navigation

(86) Sheffield Canal

(89) Grantham Canal