Accessible to all craft kept on the connected inland waterways
Silver Propeller Challenge
Visit the terminus of the Runcorn Branch of the Bridgewater Canal by boat or canoe as part of our Silver Propeller Challenge.
The Runcorn Branch of the Bridgewater Canal used to link to the Mersey and later, the Manchester Ship Canal via two sets of locks. This location has been chosen to highlight the Runcorn Locks Restoration Society’s plans to reopen the link to the Manchester Ship Canal, creating two new cruising rings.
A photo of your boat at Waterloo Bridge (89) would be good proof of your visit.
The Runcorn Branch of the Bridgewater Canal used to link to the Mersey and later, the Manchester Ship Canal
Together we can protect and restore our waterways; the UK’s 6,500 miles of canals and rivers need your help.
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