Daily Archive: April 25, 2017


Warwick and the ‘Stairway to Heaven’

Saltisford Arm Warwick to Rowington Embankment 5½ miles, 21 locks There’s a haven for fatigued boaters at Warwick – it’s the Saltisford Arm, the stretch of canal that remains of the Warwick terminus of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal.   In a straight line of about 400 yards the Arm stretches back from a bend in the Grand Union, not far at all from the bottom lock of the Hatton Flight. Here the Saltisford Trust has a number of permanent moorings...