Yarningale Aqueduct

Description of this historic site

Yarningale Aquaduct, a bridge carrying canal water, and dating from the Imperial period. It is located 400m north west of Yarningale Common, Rowington.

Notes about this historic site

1 The iron trough, supplied by the Horseley Iron Co in 1834, replaced the original aqueduct after a burst on the Warwick and Birmingham Canal flooded a small stream under the aqueduct at Yarningale, and washed it down, so closing the canal.
2 No access to this site.

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