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Dundas Aqueduct

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Dundas Aqueduct

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Brassknocker Hill Monkton Combe, Bath BA2 7JD England
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Jan G wrote a review Sep 2020
Exeter, United Kingdom218 contributions87 helpful votes
Walked from the Angelfish cafe at Brassknocker Basin, 5 minutes amble away. Glorious old stone aqueduct and flotilla of canal boats to admire. Some of the residential ones are quirky but no less fascinating.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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howiet1971 wrote a review Sep 2020
Swindon, United Kingdom1,411 contributions207 helpful votes
Such a beautiful location, this 250 year old aqueduct filled with canal boats goes over the River Avon. Underneath the aqueduct is a beautiful wild swimming location, which is really popular with swimmers. Shallow and with a pontoon, people of all ages were enjoying a good swim here. There's also a large filed nearby that people use the spread out. There's a cafe 5 minutes walk from here along with toilets. My absolute fave wild swimming location.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Margaret T wrote a review Jul 2020
Stourbridge, United Kingdom51 contributions20 helpful votes
Fascinating and beautifully built. Busy canal with many pleasure boats and also some working boats too.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Ozzie011 wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia7 contributions7 helpful votes
If you are interested in canals, this aqueduct just near Bath is worth a visit. If you have a car, stop in the village of Bathampton first, then continue on to the Dundas Aqueduct. A nice walk along the canal with lots of photo stops till you get to the aqueduct.Worth visiting.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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rvic007uk wrote a review Sep 2019
Brighton, United Kingdom285 contributions52 helpful votes
beautiful locks and views in a stunning location plenty of walks around and you can swim nearby cafe and pub walkable too
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Date of experience: September 2019
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