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Slide set: [Phelps Collection: images of the Bridgewater Canal] (lecture: privately made, at least 125 slides, n.d.)

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Boat, Barton
Barton Road, arch formerly part of Aqueduct
Slide 373
Ship Canal, Runcorn Bridge
The Tsar's Wedgwood: A View of Worsley Bridge
[Act of Parliament establishing Bridgewater Canal]
Slide 7
Barton Bridge and Aqueduct
River Irwell from Salford Bridge
Slide 44
Temporary Bridge, Eccles
Vue de l'Aqueduc du Duc de Bridgewater
Old Locks and Weir, Barton
Buttress of Brindley's Aqueduct, Barton
White Lion, Long Millgate, 1900
Lord Roberts at Aldershot
[Repairing an old Barge, Worsley Docks]
The Boat House and steps, Worsley
Slide 2
Barton Bridge and Viaduct
Masons' Marks, Stretford Aqueduct
[Wedgwood plate showing Worsley]
Boat Yard, Worsley
View from the Boat Steps, Worsley
The Canal at Worsley
[Canal boat 'Charlotte Dundas']
Canal bridge at Worsley, showing entrance to basin and subterranean Canal
Piston and shaft of 1799 steamboat, Worsley
[Trap door of Dock Sluice, Worsley]
Diagram of underground inclined plane, Worsley
Buttress of Brindley's Aqueduct and Ship Canal Aqueduct
Patricroft -- Bridge of first public Railway crossing first Artificial Canal
Old Barton Bridge and Aqueduct, with Trestle Bridge for new Ship Canal works
[Old Barton Bridge and Aqueduct]
[Old Barton Bridge and lock]
Entrance to subterranean tunnel, Bridgewater Canal, Worsley
Demolishing Brindley's Aqueduct, Barton, also erection of new aqueduct
The old and the new aqueduct, Barton -- Road bridge partly demolished
Wedgwood dish (made for Catherine II of Russia) with a view of the Canal, Worsley
Ship Canal, Barton Aqueduct (open)
A prehistoric canoe discovered while excavating the Manchester Ship Canal
Slot for Stop Door on Canal, Patricroft
A Hazy Morning on the Ship Canal
Ship Canal Aqueduct in position at Barton
Queens Landing
Worsley New Hall -- Engraved by Appleton after Sam Bough
Slide 150
Bow of an old Canal boat
[Boat Yard, Worsley]
Bonaparte, Bridgewater Canal, A.D. 1799
[The Coal Basin, Worsley]
[Factory with water wheel by side of weir in river]
[Old Barton Bridge and Lock]
[Group of men and boys in historical costume on river boat]
Old Barton Bridge and Lock [negative]
[Canal scene with lock]
[Old Barton Bridge and Lock [negative]]
[Old Barton Bridge and Aqueduct]
[Man standing by canal machinery]
[Canal wharf with crane]
[Barton Aqueduct]
[View of Bridgewater Canal]
[Barton Aqueduct]
[Barton Aqueduct]
Barton Lane aqueduct 1769, by Young
[Barton Aqueduct]
View showing sharp bend in Canal at Monton
[Barton Aqueduct]
A View of the Duke of Bridgewater's Aqueduct over the River Mersey
Quarry and subterranean canal at Worsley
[Canal bridge over unidentified road]
Diagram of Monton, Barton and Worsley
[Act of Parliament establishing Bridgewater Canal]
[Map of Bridgewater Canal]
[Barge travelling on Bridgewater Canal]
[Entrance to Subterranean Canal, Worsley]
[View on Bridgewater Canal]
Slide 20
Barton Aqueduct
Bridgewater Canal Looking towards Worsley
Vue du Canal du Duc de Bridgewater près du Pont de Worsley
Upper Dam, Worsley
[Act of Parliament establishing Bridgewater Canal]
The Lower Dam, Worsley
Old Locks and Weir, Barton
Title slide, 'The Romance of an Old Canal'
Title Slide, 'The Romance of an Old Canal'
The Basin, Worsley
Canal at Worsley from bridge looking towards Leigh
The Water Meetings
[Portrait of James Brindley]
Duke of Bridgewater
Entrance to Subterranean Canal, Worsley
View of Barton Bridge
Worsley Basin
The Coal Basin, Worsley
Jonathan Hull's Steamboat, 1736
Trap door of Dock Sluice, Worsley
Section of the 'Charlotte Dundas' steamboat
No. 1 Dock, Worsley
Docks at Worsley
[Wedgwood plate showing Worsley]
Vue de l'Aqueduc du Duc de Bridgewater
Entrance to Canal basin, Worsley
The Boat Steps, Worsley, showing Old Warehouse and Mill
Barton Aqueduct 1769 by Young
Passenger boat on a Canal, 1801
Passenger boats
Worsley Passage Boats
Old Passenger Boat, Worsley
Navigation Token
Expeditious Canal Conveyance between Manchester and London
Plan of the Duke of Bridgewater's Canal 1769, by Young
Express Boat at Lymm
Stretford Aqueduct 1769, by Young
The Viaduct over the Sankey Canal
Section of Canal Embankment, Sale, Cheshire
Map of the Duke's Canal
Sale Embankment
[Act of Parliament establishing Bridgewater Canal]
The Locks at Runcorn
Basin at union of Canal and Medlock, 1769
[Share certificate for Mersey and Irwell Navigation]
Stickin's Lock
[Act of Parliament authorising Mersey and Irwell Navigation]
Signature of the Great Duke of Bridgewater, 1758
Worsley Brook before reaching Dam
[Act of Parliament authorising making Worsley Brook navigable]
A View of the Duke of Bridgewater's Aqueduct over the River Mersey
Repairing an old Barge, Worsley Docks
Old Pumping Engine over Subterranean Canal at [illegible]
** there are alternative versions or views of this slide

BOUGH, Samuel  (1822-1878) – creator of source image(s), slide [43]

ROUSSEAU, Jean-Jacques  (1712-1778) – creator of source image(s), slides [9], 2, [77], [99]

People appearing in slides

BRIDGEWATER, 3rd Duke of   (1736-1803) – slide [88]

BRINDLEY, James  (1716-1772) – slide [87]

Lucerna ID  3009100

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