Kennet and Avon Canal
|Stanton St Bernard, Wiltshire : KAC46.00=KAC47.00
|KandAC mile 46
|KandAC mile 46 - OS 1inch map, early 19th century.
... a contour canal wanders gracefully along the side of its valley, parallel the hillfoots ...
|The Kennet and Avon Canal from mile 46 to 47 is part of the Fifteen Mile Pound which roughly follows a contour line on the side of Pewsey Vale. The towpath is on the south side.
|Milepost 46, collapsed.
|Barge Inn, Woodborough
|Alton Barnes White Horse, Alton
|All along this stretch of canal you catch glimpses of the Alton Barnes White Horse to the north.
|The hill right of the horse is Walker's Hill; a young lady walking here one summer near Adam's Grave, a barrow, heard an army of horsemen which stopped as she passed the tumulus.
|Alton Barnes Airfield, Alton
|Eastwards of Stanton Bridge, Kennet and Avon Canal.
|Stanton Bridge, Stanton St Bernard
|Boat passing westwards under Stanton Bridge.
|Boat on the Kennet and Avon Canal westwards of Stanton Bridge.
|Butterbur, Petasites hybridus, on the towpath.
|The canal westwards from near Stanton Bridge; blackthorn, Prunus spinosa, in flower.
|Celandine, Ranunculus ficaria? on the towpath, nearly in the water.
|Dandelions, Taraxacum officinale, and a bee, in the bank of the towpath.
|Another pillbox; this is the largest type, made to house a 2 pounder anti-tank gun (?).
|England's Bridge, Stanton St Bernard
|KandAC culvert 46.72
|An ugly piece of brickwork in the canal bank looks as if it is an overflow, feeding into one of the brooks from Stanton St Bernard.
|KandAC culvert 47.00
|Parish boundary Woodborough - Stanton St Bernard: SU10076162
Kennet and Avon Scrapbook 2000