The Goit

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Coordinates: 53°40′12″N 2°34′30″W / 53.670°N 2.575°W / 53.670; -2.575

The end of The Goit at Anglezarke reservoir

The Goit (sometimes written The Goyt) is a canal used for transporting drinking water along the Rivington chain in Lancashire, England. The section in Brinscall is currently covered, and a local campaign is ongoing to attempt to uncover the water. The Goit is now uncovered from Brinscall down to Anglezarke, passing through White Coppice, a path follows its course the whole way on either side.

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