Canal Basins to E of Black Bank, Bedworth
The site of canal basins, open areas of water lined with wharves and warehouses. They were in use during the Imperial period, and were situated 250m west of Bedworth Hill Bridge.
1 Here a short arm is served by a mineral railway which itself joins the main railway line. Adjacent to the arm is marked a shaft (disused) and the West Midlands Waterways survey notes the existence of a weight restriction sign. The wharf is to the north of the arm with the coliery rail lines stil extant and at the terminus, the remains of a metal-framed building. The arm appears deep, but is blocked by sunken narrowboats. There is a two storey red and yellow brick wharf cottage and a number of mooring points.