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A side arm of River Trent

Chesterfield Canal | England: Characteristics & Overview

Rating of waterway

Length of waterway: 49 km
Number of locks: 49
Lock dimensions: 21.90 x 2.10
Max. depth: 0.70
Max. headroom: 2.20
Degree of difficulty: For beginners (many locks)
Requirements: no rating
Character of waterway: old waterway, to be rediscovered
Profile of waterway: Not navigable all through
Facilities groundside: Sufficiant

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Trent River & Trent Navigation | England

The Chesterfield Canal
The waterway begins at Stockwith on the River Trent and ends in Chesterfield. This canal, very popular with skippers and ramblers, is unfortunately only partially navigable at this time. Renovation work is being done for years already and for the time being the isolated stretch between Staveley and Chesterfield was the latest to open up again.

House Boat & Narrow Boat Hirer Cesterfield Canal

Chesterfield Canal Boat Co
West Stockwith Canal Basin / Gainsborough

Chesterfield Canal Trust

The Canal was saved by the 1968 Transport Act which said the 26 miles between Stokewith and Worksop were to be maintained as a "Cruiseway".

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No. 6 Notthingham, York and the North East  |  Nicholson

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Navigational notes include: Planning a cruise, using a lock and bridges, winding holes, boatyards and local services. Also: The history of each canal, places of interest, pubs and restaurants, opportunities for walking and cycling. Covers the Aire & Calder, Fossdyke and Sheffield & South Yorkshire navigations, the Chesterfield, Ripon, Pocklington and Selby canals and the rivers Derwent, Ouse, Trent (Derwent Mouth to Trent Falls), Ure and Witham. Spiralbounding, size: A5

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