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Aldermaston Wharf: Canal Milestone (SU605672)

Kennet and Avon Canal milestone by Padworth Lock. (photo: Bob Haskins)

Milestone, Padworth Lock (96), Kennet & Avon Canal 01 220515

Aldermaston Wharf: Lift Bridge and Canal Cottages (SU601671)

Aldermaston Wharf Lift Bridge and former canal cottages. (photo: Bob Haskins)

Aldermaston Lift Bridge, Kennet & Avon Canal 02 220515

Padworth: Ufton Lock (SU617686)

Ufton Lock is the only ungated lock on the Kennet and Avon Canal as a result of canal restoration work in the 1970’s when the up-stream Towney Lock was deepened. (photo: Bob Haskins)

Ufton Lock (98), Kennet & Avon Canal 01 220515

Reading: King's Meadow Baths (SU719739)

Former Reading King’s Meadow Open Air Ladies Baths of 1902. (photo: Bob Haskins)

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Reading: Reading Bridge (SU718740)

Reading Bridge taking Caversham Road across the River Thames. The bridge was opened on 3rd October 1923. (photo: Bob Haskins)

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Theale: Garston Lock (SU655707)

This is one of only two remaining turf sided locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal. It’s a scheduled ancient monument. The other can be found at Monkey Marsh Lock in Thatcham. (photo: Bob Haskins)

Garston Lock (102), Kennet & Avon Canal 02 220515

Windsor: Windsor Bridge (SU967773)

A cast-iron three span bridge dating from 1823 on rusticated ashlar pointed cutwaters and ashlar abutments designed by Charles Hollis. The bridge is grade II listed. (photo: Bob Haskins)

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Windsor: Windsor & Eton Riverside Station (SU964770)

The terminal station of the London & South Western Railway’s branch from Staines. It was designed by Sir William Tite and opened in 1851. It is a grade II listed building. (photo: Bob Haskins)

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