Head of the Grand Junction Canal with the Small Reservoir at Braunston by J. Hassell. Steel Engraving. Source: Tour of the Grand Junction. 1819. Hathitrust Digital Library online version of a copy in the Harvard University Library. Click on image to enlarge it.
Related Material on Canals and Hassell’s Other Pictures of Them
- Canals in the United Kingdom (homepage/sitemap)
- Three Locks Stoke Hammond — Bucks.
- Locks ascending Stoke Bruern, Northamptonshire
- Lock Descending North of the Entrance of the Braunston Tunnel
- Kings Langley Lock — Herts.
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Hassell, J. Steel Engraving. Tour of the Grand Junction, Illustrated in a Series of Engravings; with an Historical and Topographical Description of those Parts of Middlesex. Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, and Northamptonshire, through which the Canal passes. London: Printed for J. Hassell, 27, Richard-Street, Islington, 1819. Hathitrust Digital Library online version of a copy in the Harvard University Library. 7 October 2018.
Created 7 October 2018