And Unite the Birmingham, Warwick and Birmingham, Coventry, and Oxford Canals, in One Direct Line of Inland Navigation Between Those Places Sir William Cubbitt. Canals were originally designed and set out for the express purpose of a direct communication between London and Birmingham, with the ... This would be from one mile and a half to two miles in length, with a fall of about 74 feet in eight.
|Title||:||Description of a Plan for a Central Union Canal which Will Lessen the Distance and Expense of Canal Navigation Between London and Birmingham|
|Author||:||Sir William Cubbitt|