A canal junction is a place at which two or more canal routes converge or diverge. This implies a physical connection between the beds of the two canals (commonly in the form of a T junction) as opposed to them crossing on different levels e.g. via an aqueduct.
In some cases, the creation of a canal junction caused a town to grow up alongside.
- Lock (canal)
- List of canal junctions in the United Kingdom
- List of canal aqueducts in the United Kingdom
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