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Heron Birmingham Greenways map

150 miles of traffic walking and cycling paths around Birmingham, the Black Country and Solihull

This innovative new map gives a different perspective to Birmingham, the Black Country and Solihull. 
Full of historical and industrial features:

Canals:

  • Birmingham Old Main Line (Brindley Canal),
  • Birmingham New Main Line (Telford Canal),
  • Birmingham and Fazeley Canal,
  • Grand Union Canal,
  • Worcester and Birmingham Canal,
  • Tame Valley Canal,
  • Warwick Junction Canal,
  • Digbeth Branch Canal,
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Canal,
  • Dudley No. 2 Canal,
  • Walsall Canal,
  • Rushall Canal,
  • Wednesbury Canal,
  • Wednesbury Old Canal and Wednesbury Oak Loop.

150 miles of traffic free walking and cycling paths along canals, rivers, and through the 8000 acres of parks of the Birmingham plateau.

Tourist Information:
Over 100 heritage sites and places of interest, railway stations, nature reserves, parks, gardens and open areas, churches, national cycle routes, long distance paths, pubs, shops, and public toilets.

History:
Descriptive panels provide the background to 5000 years of Birmingham History.

The Mining and Manufacturing District Map of 1836 gives the background to the geography that spurred the building of over 160 miles of canals in the area.
Gas Street Basin in Birmingham city centre is featured. This is now bustling with pleasure craft, restaurants and bars.
View the Staffordshire Hoard in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

Other attractions include the Black Country Living Museum, the Dudley and Netherton Tunnels, Farmer’s Bridge Locks, Sandwell Valley Country Park, Bruton Park in Solihull, and Walsall Art Gallery with its world class collection of Jacob Epstein sculptures.

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Product Code 105024
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