Oxford Canal – Cropredy

Oxford Canal – Cropredy. Cropredy has become a preferred stopping place on the canal network. You can find top notch moorings, both short term as well as long term, along with fresh water and waste disposal services. A really very well stocked canalside store offers almost everything you could possibly require.

Oxford Canal - Cropredy

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Narrowboat Picture – Moored At Cropredy

Narrowboat Picture – Moored At Cropredy. Constructed between 1769 and 1790 the new canal helped bring business for the community. It had been initially created to move merchandise coming from the Midlands to Oxford, and then onwards  using the River Thames to London. Nowadays leisure is considered the primary industry for the canals and the village of Cropredy has been proven as a well liked stopping place on the canal system.

Narrowboat Picture - Moored At Cropredy

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Working Narrowboats Pictured At Cropredy

Working Narrowboats Pictured At Cropredy. The Oxford Canal as well as the River Cherwell each flow in parallel via this historic community. The village of Cropredy is actually described within the Domesday Book and was in fact the actual site of the Civil War ‘Battle of Cropredy Bridge’ in 1644. The creation of the actual canal, between 1769 and 1790 introduced a welcome trade for the community.

Working Narrowboats Pictured At Cropredy

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Narrowboat And A Duck – Blisworth

Narrowboat And A Duck – Blisworth. One of my “showcased” pictures over at redbubble.com. A narrowboat and a duck at bridge 50 “Candle Bridge” on the Grand Union Canal. Depending on local folklore a woman would once spend her time supplying candles for the boatmen to make use of while moving through the Blisworth tunnel.

Narrowboat And A Duck - Blisworth

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