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British Waterways embark on maintenance programme

British Waterways has started a programme of maintenance and repairs to 600 historic listed structures throughout the West Midlands.

The project includes preventative maintenance re-pointing bridges and locks with traditional materials used to ensure the structures retain their authenticity.

Included in the programme are repairs to the Grade II listed Bentley Junction Bridge, a mid 19th century skewed cast iron turnover bridge over the Bentley Canal Arm at its junction with the Wyrley and Essington Canal in Wednesfield near Wolverhampton.

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