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Dudley Borough has 3 main canals (Dudley No 1, Dudley No 2 and Stourbridge) with a number of smaller arms and extensions (Stourbridge Arm, Lapal Canal, Fens Branch). The canals of the former areas of South Staffordshire and North Worcestershire were fundamental to the industrial revolution and the creation of the manufacturing heartland of the Black Country. Providing a stunning 'green corridor' through the predominantly urban landscape, the canal network today attracts boat visitors, walkers, cyclists, anglers, wildlife enthusiasts and lovers of beautiful countryside. There are many 'must-see' places along Dudley's canals offering a fascinating insight into the history of the area and the opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The Black Country canals include a fascinating network of junctions and branches. There is a wealth of features of interest to canal enthusiasts and industrial archaeologists: locks, bridges and warehouses. Commercial carrying has long since gone from these waters leaving them to be enjoyed by walkers and boaters. The scenery varies from industrial sections to surprisingly secluded rural lengths.
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