Piccadilly Village, between Ancoats and the junction with the Rochdale Canal.
The stone bridge across the end of Lock 18 at Fairfield, originally a double lock. The left hand lock is no longer used.
Lock 18, Fairfield. The stone bridge below the lock was built to enable boathorses to cross the canal to reach the towpath of the Hollinwood Branch, which left the main line just above this lock.
Portland Basin, Ashton under Lyne, the junction with the Peak Forest Canal. The Peak Forest branches off below the stone bridge on the right. Portland Basin Museum is on the left.
The former Ashton Canal Company Warehouse, built in 1934, opposite the junction with the Peak Forest Canal. Rebuilt after a major fire, the building now houses the Portland Basin Museum. Boats of the Wooden Canal Boat Society are moored at the wharf outside.
Looking back from Portland Basin towards the chimney of Junction Mill. The Peak Forest Canal emerges from the bridge on the left to join the Ashton Canal. Portland Basin Museum is across the canal to the right.
Waterhouses Aqueduct in Daisy Nook Country Park on the Hollinwood Branch.
Waterhouses Lock Staircase in Daisy Nook Country Park on the Hollinwood Branch.
Crime Lake in Daisy Nook Country Park on the Hollinwood Branch.
For more photographs, see the Virtual Cruise and Hollinwood Branch pages.