Building the canals

The industrial revolution produced great changes within the Tame Valley landscape. The Coventry Canal runs from Fradley Junction near Lichfield to Coventry and was built to transport coal to Coventry and, via the Oxford Canal, to London. A number of engineers, including James Brindley, and companies were involved in its…

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