Waterways of Stoke-on-Trent - Newcastle
NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME CANAL ROUTE
The canal left the town centre heading south east on the west side of London Road (A34). Near here is the newly developed Lyme Valley Park - Lyme Brook runs to the west of the canal line.
The A34 "London Road" which runs
parallel to the canal on the east
The Lyme Brook which which runs on the
west side parallel to the canal
Between the A34 and Lyme Brook is the Lyme Valley Park
this dip in the ground level shows where the canal once ran
A little further south there is the Jewish cemetery and a bowling green. The canal ran behind these into a cutting surrounded by a small wood.
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