Turner's Green/Rowington Green/Bradbury's Wharf

Description of this historic site

The site of canal wharves, where vessels would have loaded and unloaded goods during the Imperial period. They were located at Turner's Green Bridge.

Notes about this historic site

1 ‘Numerous wharves used to serve the rural communities of the Forest of Arden…(including)… Rowington Green Wharf where the houses are now residences. This wharf is called Turner Green Wharf, on map, and marked as Bradbury’s Wharf by the Ordnance Survey. On the Warwick and Birmingham Canal there are two wharves, one on each side of the Lowsonford road to the east of the canal. There is a largish basin to the north with a large flat area. To the south is a small redbrick building with a door abutting the canal. Also there are two domestic dwellings adjacent to the canal, Wharf Cottage and Bridge Cottage.
2 Site visited in 1984.

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