Canal Boat - - Boater’s Break -

Name the fol­low­ing fea­tures of the Trent & Mersey Canal:

A fa­mous pub that over­looks a junc­tion

A canal vil­lage at the canal’s east end

Town that’s home to a long-es­tab­lished hire­boat fleet

An aqueduct over the River Dane

A stop-lock near the canal’s west end

Where a boat lift con­nects to the Weaver

A vil­lage noted for its canal­side toi­let fac­tory

The junc­tion with the Staffs & Worcs

Canal The canal’s sec­ond long­est tun­nel

A canal town and a junc­tion

Fit your an­swers into the grid, so that the let­ters in the red box spell out an­other Trent & Mersey fea­ture Fort Au­gus­tus, Rough Cas­tle, Kelpies, Stock­ing­field, Loch Ness, Bowl­ing, Avon, Falkirk Wheel, Clach­na­harry, Dal­muir, Putting the an­swers into the grid in the right or­der spells out the fi­nal an­swer: Lin­lith­gow

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