Chester Canal & Roman City Wall

Chester, United Kingdom

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Ches11454247021 Ches31454247021 Ches41454247020 Ches21454247020 Ches51454247094 Ches61454247095 Ches71454247095 Ches81454247094 Ches101454247386Ches101454247386A short  walk through Chester along part of the  Cheshire Canal. This part of the path leads to the lock gates and  you can walk up and onto the city wall at various places. The  walls were originally built by the Romans when the fortress of Deva Victrix was built in 70 a AD. The Chester Canal links Nantwich with the River Dee at Chester and opened in 1779.Pics taken January 30/1/2016. 

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Free down near the riverside down Scouters Lane.

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