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Barnsley Canal - Clay Royd Bridge

Clay Royd* Bridge is between Haw Park Bridge (Sike Lane / Stoneheaps Plantation) and Blue Bridge. It can be reached from Walton and Cold Hiendley via the Trans Pennine Trail and from Anglers Country Park through Haw Park Woods. ('royd' is an old Yorkshire term for a clearing.)

The towpath back to Walton was restored in May 2001 as part of the Trans Pennine Trail. Photographed August 2000.

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A towing pulley near Clay Royd Bridge.
© John S. Sargent 2010.

Click to enlargeClay Royd Bridge in Haw Park Woods.
© John S. Sargent, 2010.
Click to enlargeHaw Park The towpath in Haw Park Woods between Clay Royd and Blue Bridges.
© John S. Sargent 2004.
Click to enlargeThe topside of Clay Royd Bridge. Since this photograph was taken, the bridge has been refurbished and the path and platform improved.
© John S. Sargent, June 2000.
Click to enlargeCanal boat pulley (see close-up above), near Clay Royd Bridge. This is at a sharp bend in the canal as it heads towards Blue Bridge.
© John S. Sargent, 8th April 2010..
Click to enlargeView southwards at Haw Park Bridge. The footpath, part of the Trans Pennine Trail, continues along the old tow path towards Cold Hiendley through Haw Park Woods. © John S. Sargent 15th March 2010.  
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