Ewood Aqueduct

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Ewood Aqueduct
Ewood Aqueduct 1.JPG
Ewood Aqueduct, Blackburn Lancashire
Carries Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Crosses River Darwen & B6447
Location Blackburn
OS grid reference SD675264
Coordinates 53°44′01″N 2°29′33″W / 53.7335°N 2.4926°W / 53.7335; -2.4926Coordinates: 53°44′01″N 2°29′33″W / 53.7335°N 2.4926°W / 53.7335; -2.4926
Maintained by British Waterways
Number of spans One
Total length 68 feet (20.7 m)
Width 43 feet (13.1 m)
Boats can pass? Yes
Towpath(s) NW Side
Listed Building – Grade II
Official name: Leeds and Liverpool Canal Ewood Aqueduct
Designated: 18 February 1992
Reference No. 1267539

Ewood Aqueduct is a high embankment carrying the Leeds and Liverpool Canal over the River Darwen near Blackburn, Lancashire, England. It is a Grade II listed building.[1]

From the opposite side

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Listed Buildings Online: Leeds And Liverpool Canal Ewood Aqueduct". Heritage Gateway. 2006. Retrieved 2010-03-25. [dead link]