EAW014224 ENGLAND (1948). Berkhamsted Castle, Berkhamsted, 1948

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Details

Title [EAW014224] Berkhamsted Castle, Berkhamsted, 1948
Reference EAW014224
Date 9-April-1948
Link
Place name BERKHAMSTED
Parish BERKHAMSTED
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 499550, 208237
Longitude / Latitude -0.55731737908817, 51.763501188684
National Grid Reference SP996082

Pins

The Rising Sun Lock. The building just in front of the Riser by the canal was once stables for boat horses. It's now been converted into a canalside home by a local builder.

D Figueiredo
Wednesday 8th of January 2014 01:22:43 PM
This was once a coal yard. In addition to selling coal they also operated a chimney sweep service which is why Ravens's Lane Lock and Rising Sun Lock are known as "Sweeps Two" by boat people. This building has been replaced by modern blocks of flats but if you look closely from the Grand Union Canal you can still work out where the coal wharf was.

D Figueiredo
Wednesday 8th of January 2014 01:21:27 PM
the Boat Public House before it was rebuilt. Very different to the current building which is now a Fullers Tied House.

D Figueiredo
Wednesday 8th of January 2014 01:19:20 PM