Template:Manchester Ship Canal map

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Manchester Ship Canal
Mersey estuary
Eastham Locks
Weaver Sluices
Weston Marsh Lock Weaver Navigation
Weston Mersey Side Lock (closed)
Delamere Lock Weaver Navigation
Bridgewater Side Lock (closed)
Runcorn Docks
Bridgewater Canal junction (blocked)
Runcorn Railway Bridge
Silver Jubilee Bridge
Old Quay Side Lock (closed)
Old Quay Swing Bridge
Mersey Gateway
Moore Lane Swing Bridge
Acton Grange Railway Viaduct
Chester Road Swing Bridge
Walton Lock (closed)
London Road A49 Swing Bridge
Howley Weir
Cantilever High Level Bridge
Knutsford Road Swing Bridge
Latchford Railway Viaduct
Latchford Locks
Woolston Siphon Weir
Woolston Guard Weir
M6 motorway Thelwall Viaduct
River Mersey leaves canal route
Warburton Bridge
Cadishead Railway Viaduct (disused)
Irlam Container Terminal
River Mersey joins canal route
Manchester to Liverpool line
Irlam Locks
Barton Locks
M60 motorway Barton High Level Bridge and parallel Low Level Bridge
Thirlmere Aqueduct (buried pipeline)
Barton Swing Bridge
Barton Swing Aqueduct
Centenary Lift Bridge
Mode Wheel Locks
MediaCityUK Swing Bridge
Millennium Bridge
Salford Quays
Railway swing bridge (removed to Salford Quays)
Trafford Road Swing Bridge
Trafford Road
Manchester Metrolink
Pomona Docks
Bridgewater Canal
Woden Street Bridge, Salford
Junction of canal and River Irwell

This is a route-map template for a UK waterway.

Suitable instructions belong here – please add to {{UK-waterway-routemap}}.

For finding bridge numbers, canalplan.org.uk may be useful.

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