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The Wilts and Berks Canal is a canal in the historic counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire, England, linking the [[Kennet and Avon Canal]] at Semington, near Melksham, to the River Thames at Abingdon. The [[North Wilts Canal]] merged with it to become a branch to the Thames and Severn Canal at Latton near Cricklade
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The Wilts and Berks Canal is a canal in the historic counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire, England, linking the [[Kennet and Avon Canal]] at Semington, near Melksham, to the River Thames at Abingdon. The [[North Wilts Canal]] merged with it to become a branch to the [[Thames and Severn Canal]] at Latton near Cricklade
  
 
Plan by [[Robert Whitworth (1734-1799)|Robert Whitworth]]
 
Plan by [[Robert Whitworth (1734-1799)|Robert Whitworth]]

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The Wilts and Berks Canal is a canal in the historic counties of Wiltshire and Berkshire, England, linking the Kennet and Avon Canal at Semington, near Melksham, to the River Thames at Abingdon. The North Wilts Canal merged with it to become a branch to the Thames and Severn Canal at Latton near Cricklade

Plan by Robert Whitworth

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