Canal lock


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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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of Expect more fly-tipping THE stupidest example of fly-tipping I ever saw was a settee dumped in a canal lock at the back of some houses in Walsall.
By NICK LAVIGUEUR nick@examiner.co.uk @grecian9 A STUNNING garden featuring its own canal lock made with real gates from Huddersfield has triumphed at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.
"We used lots of reclaimed materials such as a canal lock for the rotted beams which were cut down to size.
The trust's latest shocking figures show an average canal lock now contains 150 plastic bags, 77 glass and plastic bottles, four tyres, one bicycle, a shopping trolley and a traffic cone.
A BOY escaped with his life after he sank waist-deep in mud after falling into a canal lock.
One-time gas pipeline construction workers, Carmarthenshire fatherand-son Barry and Chris Bradley, who shared a PS3.5m Lotto family jackpot win in 2006, helped to clear mud and vegetation from two of the canal lock chamber.
Former gas pipeline construction workers, Carmarthenshire fatherand-son Barry and Chris Bradley, who shared a PS3.5m Lotto family jackpot win in 2006, helped to clear mud and vegetation from two of the canal lock chamber.
The twin's mum Lisa rushed to the Staffordshire-Worcester canal lock a mile from their Kidderminster home, but Imie was already dead.
The principles of canal lock construction are ancient: Britain, Ireland and Europe have had canals for centuries, and the Chinese built the Grand Canal south of Beijing in the Fifth Century B.C.; it is the longest in the world.
Additional features include Capron Park, the Millville Canal Lock in Millville and Blackstone Gorge in Blackstone.