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Tipton Green Canal

The Tipton Green Canal, a branch of the Birmingham Canal Navigations is now derelict but was 0.7 miles long when navigable.

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Facts & Stats

3 locks

The canal had three locks when it was open

1805

The canal was opened in approximately 1805

0.7 miles

The Tipton Green Canal was navigable for 0.7 miles (1.1km)

Waterway restoration

Restoring the UK’s blue infrastructure – our inherited network of navigable canals and rivers – is good for people and places.

Waterway underfunding

Hundreds of miles of waterways – along with their unique heritage and habitats – are currently starved of funding and rely on constant lobbying by us to safeguard their future.

Waterways heritage

Our waterways heritage is what makes Britain’s canals and rivers special and it must be actively protected – through the local planning system and sufficient funding – for the future.