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Kennet Avon Navigation Bath to Hanham Lock

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ST7065

2016 ST7065 : The  Bath to Bristol Avon walkway passes under a disused railway bridge by Dr Duncan Pepper
2016 ST7065 : Disused railway bridge over the river Avon by Dr Duncan Pepper
2017 ST7065 : Bridge over the River Avon by Bill Boaden
2017 ST7065 : The River Avon near Kelston Park by Bill Boaden

Kelston Park Railway Bridge

2007
ST7065 : Park Railway Bridge over the River Avon by Philip Halling
Kelston Park can be seen on the hill over the river valley.
by Philip Halling


2010
ST7065 : Bridge over the Avon, Kelston Park by Nigel Mykura
This is where the old railway line crossed the River Avon between Saltford and Bath. The old line passed to the north of Keynsham and bristol.
by Nigel Mykura


2006
ST7065 : River Avon, Kelston Park Railway Bridge by Pierre Terre
Rowers heading up against the current past the former railway bridge. The reverse view from ST7065 : Bristol and Bath railway path crossing the river Avon.
by Pierre Terre


Passing Kelston Park

2007
ST7065 : The River Avon by Sharon Loxton
Looking east along the course of the river towards Kelston Park Railway Bridge, which is just visible through the trees to the left of the river.
by Sharon Loxton


2007
ST7065 : River Avon and Kelston Park by Philip Halling
The River Avon and Kelston Park viewed from the south.
by Philip Halling


2011
ST7065 : River Avon, Kelston Park Near Bath by Roy Hughes


2010
ST7065 : The River Avon near Kelston Park by Steve Daniels





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ST6965

2011
ST6965 : The River Avon by Corston by Steve Daniels
The old river towpath is just beyond the fence at the bottom of the field.
On the other side of the Avon the hill rises toward Kelston village, left, unseen at the top of the hill and Kelston Park. MEP






Above Saltford

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ST6966

2006
ST6966 : River Avon near Corston by Pierre Terre
Rowers as far as the eye can see, heading downstream for Saltford. The existing and former railways close by either side of the river here are completely hidden by trees.
by Pierre Terre


1966
ST6966 : Across the Avon near Saltford, 1966 by Derek Harper
Looking across the river (flowing to the left) from the railway line between Bristol and Bath, with the former Mangotsfield and Bath railway line, which has now become the Bristol and Bath Railway Path. Above it rises Tennant's Wood. See also ST6966 : The River Avon by Saltford..
by Derek Harper


2006
ST6966 : River Avon above Saltford by Pierre Terre
Houseboats moored on the left bank above Saltford. Here the GWR continues NW as the river swings away north; spot the train above the second boat.
by Pierre Terre


2007
ST6966 : The River Avon above Saltford by Philip Halling
September 1st and a few trees are showing hints of autumn.
by Philip Halling


2007
ST6966 : The River Avon by Sharon Loxton
A Dutch barge moored along the south bank of the River Avon.
by Sharon Loxton


2010
ST6966 : Pond by the Avon by Derek Harper
The narrowboats in the background are on the River Avon; the linear pond is even closer to the Bristol & Bath Railway Path, which runs along the former line of the Mangotsfield and Bath Branch Line, and clearly had something to do with it, perhaps drainage.
by Derek Harper


2006
ST6966 : River Avon at Saltford by Pierre Terre
Rowing at Saltford. The boathouses are on the edge of ST6866
by Pierre Terre

2005 ST6966 : river Avon near Corston by Martyn Pattison





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