The Wey and Arun Canal

A Collection of Photographs

Tony Clayton


1 - River Wey to Bramley Area


6 - Rowner Lock to Newbridge <<-- : -->> 2 - Bramley to Sidney Wood



Gunsmouth

Entrance to Wey and Arun Canal, Shalford, 1980
The first section is used for moorings. Stonebridge Bridge can be seen in the distance, and the Bramley Stream Bridge a little to the right

Stonebridge Bridge

Stonebridge Bridge, 1980
The canal line is in water through private gardens beyond the bridge, but no trace of Stonebridge Lock remains therein.

Railway Bridge, Bramley Stream

The Bramley Stream by the railway bridge, 1980
By turning sharp right by Stonebridge Bridge it is possible to join the Bramley Stream and travel a short distance upstream as far as the old railway bridge

Tanyard Bridge

Tanyard Bridge, 1979

Gosden Aqueduct

Gosden Aqueduct, E face, 1979

Gosden Aqueduct

Gosden Aqueduct, W face, 1979


The Wey and Arun Canal

6 - Rowner Lock to Newbridge <<-- : -->> 2 - Bramley to Sidney Wood
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v4 15th May 2015

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