Bunbury locks, looking south-east.

Bunbury locks are a staircase of two broad locks, the bottom gates of the top lock also being the top gates of the bottom lock! The locks were built in 1777 as part of the Chester Canal from Chester to Nantwich. This became part of the Shropshire Union Canal in 1846, creating a new route from the North West to the Midlands canal system. The stables that once gave overnight shelter to the boat horses, ponies and mules have been well preserved.

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Each lino print is approximately 105 x 150mm in size and is individually numbered and signed as part of a limited edition of 100.

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