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Kennet Avon Navigation Bath to Hanham Lock

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Keynsham Hams - part 1

1:50,000 Modern Day Landranger(TM) Map © Crown Copyright
1:50,000 Modern Day Landranger(TM) Map © Crown Copyright
ST6669

2014 ST6669 : Remains of a wharf, north bank of the River Avon by Christine Johnstone
2017 ST6669 : Steps on the wharf by Neil Owen


There is an overlap here with images on page 9.

2006
ST6669 : Looking upstream on the River Avon by Linda Bailey
The river level is very high currently. (The smell here was very nice if you like chocolate.)
by Linda Bailey


2006
ST6669 : Londonderry Wharf Bridge by Pierre Terre
Viewed from the river through encroaching jungle, the Siston Brook reaches the Avon.
by Pierre Terre


2005
ST6669 : River Avon, near Somerdale by Martyn Pattison


2006
ST6669 : Londonderry Wharf by Pierre Terre
The north bank of the Avon, seen from the river. Londonderry Wharf Bridge (seen from the land in ST6669 : Bridge over Siston Brook) is bottom right.
by Pierre Terre


2010 - The dramway was a horse-drawn waggonway built between 1829 and 1833 to transport coal between Ram Hill Pit at Coalpit Heath and the River Avon below Keynsham for onward transport by water. The Kennet and Avon Canal Navigation Company being the main shareholder. Peter Lawson gives a detailed account of the dramway in LinkExternal link MEP
ST6669 : Buildings at Londonderry Wharf, Keynsham by Rick Crowley
The wharf used to load coal delivered here by the dramway, onto barges. I believe these disused buildings used to be the Weighbridge
by Rick Crowley


2010
ST6669 : Bridge at Londonderry Wharf, Keynsham by Rick Crowley
The wharf used to load coal delivered here by the dramway, onto barges. The bridge goes over the Siston Brook just as it enters the river Avon.
by Rick Crowley


2006
ST6669 : River Avon above Londonderry Wharf by Pierre Terre
View downstream from below Cadbury's.
by Pierre Terre




Keynsham Hams - part 2

1:50,000 Modern Day Landranger(TM) Map © Crown Copyright
1:50,000 Modern Day Landranger(TM) Map © Crown Copyright
ST6570

2006
ST6570 : River Avon, Keynsham Hams by Linda Bailey
Looking across the river to the area called Keynsham Hams which is an area of rich wet grassland, enclosed in the medieval period. (Photograph taken at the intersection of 4 grid squares.)
by Linda Bailey


2005
ST6570 : River Avon, near Keynsham Hams. by Martyn Pattison


2010
ST6570 : River Avon Trail by Derek Harper
Looking upstream. The Trail follows close to the north bank of the river opposite Keynsham Hams. Cleeve Wood, on the left, is on the slopes at the edge of the flood plain.
by Derek Harper


2010
ST6570 : River Avon by Rick Crowley
Between Keynsham and Hanham on the north bank. This land was once owned by Keynsham Abbey.
by Rick Crowley




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