WA­TER­WAYS ACROS­TIC

Name the wa­ter­ways in the North of Eng­land:

Canal Boat - - Boater’s Break -

A canal with 91 locks in just 32 miles It used to al­most reach the Lake District A part river, part canal wa­ter­way un­der restora­tion in East York­shire Broad canal and nar­row canal Short canal, cathe­dral city It once had branches to Stock­port and Fair­field It changes its name to Ouse A canal that branches off the River Der­went A for­merly busy freight wa­ter­way, based on two rivers The Canal & River Trust’s north­ern­most out­post

Fit your an­swers into the grid, so that the let­ters in the red box spell out an­other place on the Le­ices­ter Ring.

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