Hatton BWB Depot

Description of this historic site

The site of a canal reservoir, a supply of water used to top up a canal that was susceptable to drying up. It dates back to the Imperial period and is situated at the Hatton BWB Depot.

Notes about this historic site

1 There is a private dock above turnover bridge 54. The brick and slate buildings of the BWB maintenance yard look across to a small reservoir. The buildings were formerly the workshops of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal Company.
2 There are a number of one and two storeyed buildings and an approximately 30 foot square reservoir. There are two docks, including one dry dock, and a 1930s Grand Union Canal bridge in concrete.

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