A map of the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal
The map displays a range of services available on the Wendover 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 Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal
Canal DetailsThe canal was opened in1799 and originally linked the Grand Union Canal to Wendover. Its primary purpose was to provide water to the highest point on the Grand Union Canal. It has been unnavigable since 1897 but is being reconstructed by the Wendover Arm Trust. Phase 1 has been completed and there is now 1.3 miles of navigable canal from the Grand Union Canal. It was re-opened in 2005.
|Canal length :||1.5 miles|
|Width :||7ft 6ins|
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