Brindley Close, WEMBLEY, HA0 1BS


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Phoenix Trading Estate, Bilton Road, Perivale
Phoenix Trading Estate standing on the banks of the Grand Union Canal off Bilton Road.
Image: © Phillip Perry Taken: 27 Aug 2007
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Brindley Close, Alperton
A short residential cul de sac adjacent to the Grand Union Canal. At a guess, this is the reason for the street name, after James Brindley the famous canal engineer.
Image: © Des Blenkinsopp Taken: 20 Jan 2020
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Grand Union Canal towards Ballot Box Bridge
Image: © Ian S Taken: 27 Jan 2020
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Moored boats, Grand Union Canal, Paddington Arm
West of bridge 12.
Image: © Robin Webster Taken: 6 Oct 2012
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The John Lyon - narrow boat on Paddington Arm, Grand Union Canal
Image: © David Hawgood Taken: 20 Apr 2015
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Grand Union Canal
Grand Union Canal at Perivale
Image: © Richard Croft Taken: 6 Aug 2012
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John Lyon, Alperton
Image: © N Chadwick Taken: 9 Nov 2013
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The Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal at Alperton
The Paddington Arm of the then Grand Junction Canal was opened in 1801 from Bull's Bridge near Southall to Paddington Basin. The canals were initially a success, particularly for transporting coal, building materials and other bulky loads, but the rise of the railways not long after the canals were built substantially reduced their importance. Now they are primarily a leisure facility. The Paddington Arm was one of the last to see the old-fashioned style of regular commercial traffic of paired narrow boats carrying the traditional materials such as coal, oils, and tar. The Paddington Arm now sees regular commercial traffic, usually in the form of aggregates. The towpath is followed by the Grand Union Canal Walk. This section is between Horsenden Lane North at Perivale and Manor Farm Road at Alperton. The open spaces of Horsenden Hill and Sudbury Golf Course are on the far side for much of the way to give a feel of countryside, but here but here Alperton Cemetery is on the far side.
Image: © Marathon Taken: 8 Oct 2014
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Venice - narrow boat on Paddington Arm, Grand Union Canal
Image: © David Hawgood Taken: 20 Apr 2015
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Alperton, moorings
Residential moorings on Grand Union Canal (Paddington Arm).
Image: © Mike Faherty Taken: 2 Apr 2016
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