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Galton Valley Canal Heritage Centre

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Brasshouse Lane
B66 1AP


Tel : +44 0121 558 8195

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The centre explains and interprets the canal heritage of the Galton Valley, with examples of three periods of canal building by Brindley, Smeaton and Telford. Guided walks, talks and slide shows are available to groups by prior arrangement.

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Nearest station is Rolfe Street. Turn right out of station, then left into Brasshouse Lane.

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Galton Valley Canal Heritage Centre facilities include:

  • Picnic site
  • Toilets

Galton Valley Canal Heritage Centre accessibility includes:

  • Ramp/level access
  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors
  • Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)

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