A map of the Welford Arm of the Grand Union Canal
The map displays a range of services available on the Welford Arm of the Grand Union Canal. Simply click the box next to any service being displayed in the Map Key on the left of your screen.
A brief history of the Welford Arm of the Grand Union Canal
|Canal length :||1.6 miles|
The Welford Arm is a short, 1 mile, waterway leading to the village of Welford. The canal was opened in 1814 and originally built as a naviagable feeder, linking theWelford Rservoir and Sulby Reservoir to the Old Grand Union Canal (now the Leicester Section of the Grand Union Canal).
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