Barges on Bridgewater Canal (colour)

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"In 1765, the Bridgewater Canal was opened at Castlefield, creating a level link by water between the Duke of Bridgewater's coal mines at Worsley and the centre of Manchester. At Castlefield Junction the canal linked into a stretch of the River Medlock that had been incorporated into the canal and used as the basin for the canal wharves.

Here, two barges are seen moored up at night framed by the reflection of arch-light surrounding the two. "

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