The Iron Trunk Aqueduct is a magnificent Georgian structure, which carries the Grand Union Canal over the River Ouse. Built in 1811 by canal engineer Benjamin Beavan, following the collapse of the previous brick-built structure, the aqueduct stands at an impressive 10.8 metres high and connects Wolverton with Cosgrove Village.
Address: Cosgrove, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Visit time: 3 hours +
Wolverton Medieval Village, The Iron Trunk Aqueduct, Wolverton Mill, Roman Villa/Bath House, St Vincent's Well, The Floodplain Forest, Railway
A traditional community pub with modern thinking.
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