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Gayton Junction on the Grand Union Canal (GUC) Northamptonshire from the air

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aerial photograph of Gayton Junction on the Grand Union Canal (GUC) Northamptonshire England UK. Gayton Junction is where the Grand Union Northampton Arm joins Grand Union Canal (GUC) and is the location of two marinas, Gayton Marina and Bilsworth Marina. The Grand Union Canal runs 137 miles from London to Birmingham while the Grand Union Northampton Arm, opened in 1815, runs from here at Gayton Junction to Northampton where it joins the River Nene.

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