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Published by Lickey Hills Local History Society .
Written in English


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ContributionsLickey Hills Local History Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination8p. :
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Open LibraryOL19408357M

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The Bittell Reservoirs (grid reference SP) are located in Worcestershire between Barnt Green to the south and the Birmingham district of Longbridge to the north. They consist of the Upper (Upper Bittell) and Lower (Lower Bittell) reservoir. They were built to feed the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, which was finished in the s, however, the reservoir was not completed until 2. The Bittell Waterways System. Ian Hayes. Lickey Hills Local History Society 1. The Town Mill, Alvechurch. Its Watercourses & Weirs. Alvechurch Parish Council on behalf of the Wiggin Memorial Playing Field Trust 2. The Lost Lake Rachel and Ian Hayes. The Village April/May 3. Batchley Valley, Ian Hayes. Published by. Printed Navigation Guides. There are two series of chart-guides that cover the network – Breil and provides a detailed map of the subject river or canal, page by page, kilometre by kilometre, with information (in French, English and German) about locks (width, rise, number of chambers), bridges (air draft), depths, towns and villages; and moorings. Maps & Guides. We stock a wide range of maps and guides for the. canals and waterways of Britain. Please click on the links below: Nicholsons Waterways Guides, and Map. England & Wales in eight volumes, with general information and canal history, maximum craft dimensions, maps, description of route, places of interest, pubs, local facilities, boat yards etc. 2” to 1 mile.

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