Dudley No 2 Canal

This suburban canal is dotted with reminders of its industrial history, including black-and-white footbridges and a derelict brick engine house.

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The Dudley No. 2 Canal connects to the Dudley No. 1 Canal at one end, and, at the other, ends at Hawne Basin, near Halesowen. Beyond this, you can still trace the derelict section of the line known as the Lapal Canal. Vounteers from the Lapal Canal Trust are working hard to restore this part of the waterway to its former glory.

The Bumble Hole arm of the Dudley No. 2 Canal leads to Bumble Hole Nature Reserve. Here the once-industrial landscape has been reborn as a tranquil haven with grassland, ponds, wild flowers and birds. It is a great place for walkers and cyclists to explore, and the visitor centre is run by the local community.

Find stoppages, restrictions and other navigational advice for this waterway.

Days out

View of three bridges at Windmill End on Dudley CanalWindmill End is a peaceful nature reserve with a smoking past! It's also a great place for a family day out.

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Read more about the history of the Dudley Canals