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Anderton Boat Lift

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Anderton Boat Lift, the ‘Cathedral of Canals’, provides a 50 feet vertical link between the Trent and Mersey Canal with the River Weaver at Anderton near Northwich.

Built in 1875, the Boat Lift was in working use for well over 100 years until its closure in 1983 due to corrosion.

Restorations started in 2001 and the lift was re-opened in 2002 to the public and is one of only two working boat lifts in the United Kingdom. It also has a visitor centre and exhibition hall for all to enjoy when visiting.

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