The Sheffield & Tinsley Canal

Sheffield and Tinsley Canal.

The Canal is just under 4 miles long, running from Sheffield Canal Basin, also known as Victoria Quays, to join the River Don, By Meadowhall Shopping centre.

February 1819 saw the first boats reach the Canal Basin. In its length it originally had 15 bridges (2 of which still remain) an Aqueduct and 12 locks.  We cruise along its top length (just under 3 miles long), depending on cruise length we often include passage of the 1st lock.

Below is a map of the route we take and a few pictures of the length.

 Our Cruising Route, Sheffield & Tinsley Canal

 Terminal Warehouse, Victoria Quays   Straddle Warehouse, Sheffield   Victoria Quays Canal Basin

  Cruising into Victoria Quays, Sheffield   Victoria Quays, Sheffield, South Yorkshire  By The Quays 1819 Bar, Victoria Quays  

  The Quays 1819, Victoria Quays, Sheffield   Tram Bridge, Attercliffe Cut, Sheffield   LB Hardfeet, Attercliffe Cut, Sheffield

Attercliffe Cut, Sheffield and Tinsley Canal, South Yorkshire   Attercliffe Cut, Sheffield & Tinsley Canal   Near Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield

 

  Don Valley Stadium   Tinsley Locks Sheffield   Tinsley Locks, Sheffield and Tinsley Canal  Below number 9 lock, Sheffield and Tinsley Canal