About this spot
The Neath canal is a man made waterway, first opened in 1795, 13.5 miles long and having 19 locks. Now rarely used for anything but recreation, much is overgrown but you can explore the footpath to find interesting photo opportunities. It was developed in conjunction with the neighbouring Tennant Canal for transportation in the early manufacturing industries such as brick making and ship building.
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