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Bridgewater Canal, built to carry coals from the Duke of Bridgewater's mines at Worsley into the city of Manchester . Barge crossing the Barton aqueduct over the Irwell. Canal opened 17 July 1761 and was later extended to Liverpool. Engineer: James Brindley. From copperplate by Pollard published in 1794.

Bridgewater Canal, built to carry coals from the Duke of Bridgewater's mines at Worsley into the city of Manchester . Barge crossing the Barton aqueduct over the Irwell.  Canal opened 17 July 1761 and was later extended to Liverpool. Engineer: James Brindley. From copperplate by Pollard published in 1794. Stock Photo
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4500 x 3613 px | 38.1 x 30.6 cm | 15 x 12 inches | 300dpi

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Bridgewater Canal, built to carry coals from the Duke of Bridgewater's mines at Worsley into the city of Manchester . Barge crossing the Barton aqueduct over the Irwell. Canal opened 17 July 1761 and was later extended to Liverpool. Engineer: James Brindley. From copperplate by Pollard published in 1794.