What is the river trent

The Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation leaves the River Trent at Keadby. It was created by a 19th century amalgamation of a number of canals with the intention of upgrading them to allow large craft to link Sheffield, Doncaster and the south Yorkshire coalfield with the North Sea. Trade continued well into the 20th century but the area now provides a fascinating collection of surprisingly attractive and interesting wide cruising routes. It includes the Sheffield Canal, the Stainforth and Keadby Canal and the New Junction Canal which links to the Aire and Calder.

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What is the river trent

what is the river trent


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