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THE WEY & ARUN CANAL
'London's Lost Route to the Sea'


Old Photos of the Wey & Arun Canal

Orfold (Lordings) Aqueduct. (1979.). The far wall of the aqueduct is about half its original height and the near wall has been removed completely. The people in the picture are at the approximte location of the waterwheel.
(Photo: David Roberts)
The Wey & Arun Canal - Sidney Wood. (1977.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
The Wey & Arun Canal - Devil's Hole Lock. (Aug. 1977.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
The Wey & Arun Canal - Brewhurst Lock. (Aug, 1977.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
Drungewick Aqueduct. The remains of the stone abutments can be seen, arrowed, on the left and right of the picture. (Aug. 1960.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
The Wey & Arun Canal at Paplands Farm. The bridge linking Paplands and Rowner Farms. (Aug. 1960.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
The Wey & Arun Canal near Alfold. Exact location unknown, but may be from the road crossing at Tickner's Heath, TQ026352. (1959.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
Old barges on the Basingstoke Canal at Ash Vale. (1959.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
The Arun Navigationl - remains of Cold Waltham Lock. (1959.).
(Photo: David Roberts)
The Wey Navigation at Guilford, Millfields following severe flooding which moved the timber. (mid 1950s.).
(Photo: David Roberts)

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