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Turns off the Llangollen Canal in the southwest and ends up in Wales.


Montgomery Canal | England & Wales: Characteristics & Overview

Rating of waterway

Length of waterway: 56 km
Number of locks: 25
Lock dimensions: 21.30 x 2.10
Max. depth: 0.80
Max. headroom: 2.30
Degree of difficulty: Some experience is an advantage
Requirements: no rating
Character of waterway: back to nature, Waterway in reclusion
Profile of waterway: Not navigable all through
Facilities groundside: Not sufficiant

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Llangollen Canal | England & Wales

Montgomery Canal
Montgomery Canal is a side arm of the Llangollen Canal in the Shropshire Union canal system. It goes from Franton southwest to the city of Newton and is over far stretches accompanied by the still young River Severn.
The canal was officially abandoned back in 1944, but it was one of the first canals on which restoration started in the 1960s. These are still continuing and are slowly but steadily achieving results.

The already navigable 12 km to Franton and the further up, isolated stretch until Welshpool, cross untouched nature which is probably way beyond competition.

Houseboats & Narrow Boat Hirer, Montgomery Canal

Crest Narrowboats

Luxury Canalboat Holiday

Pete's Montgomery Canal Website

An informitve site with a lot of verry nice pictures.

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No. 4  Four Counties & the Welsh Canals  |  Nicholson


Author: Harper Collins / Editor: Nicholson  /  Language: English
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Navigational notes include: Planning a cruise, using a lock and bridges, winding holes, boatyards and local services. Covers the Claden, Llangollen, Montgomery, Shropshire Union, Trent and Mersey, Staffs & Worcester and Monmouthshire & Brecon canals and the Weaver Navigation Also: The history of each canal, places of interest, pubs and restaurants, opportunities for walking and cycling. Spiralbounding, size: A5

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