Hazelhurst Aqueduct

Hazlehurst (or Denford) Aqueduct, built in 1841, is a rare example of a waterways ‘flyover’, an aqueduct carrying one canal over another. The Caldon Canal splits with the main Froghall line dropping down three locks to be crossed by the Leek branch as it swings to the north. The fine massive brick single arch is ornately decorated and engraved, although some say the stonemason did misspell ‘Hazelhurst’!

25 per print

(inc p&p)

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

Each print comes with the caption shown opposite.

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