Titford Canal


Titford Pump House.  Our society meeting room.

Opposite Langley Maltings.

Adjacent to “New Navigation” pub.

Area around Titford Pools (terminus). This is safe, but the depth of water and the condition of the bank are such that they aren’t great moorings.

To encourage more use of the pools, and dredging we want to encourage cruising on them. We will give a plaque to every boat that cruises them and sends us photographs.  Details on the link.

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Water Points and Sanitary Stations

Titford Pump House has a toilet, chemical toilet disposal and a shower.

Refuse Disposal

There is a skip in the car park of the Pump House

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Titford and Oldbury Canals, from 1900 Ordnance Survey Map, sourced from Eric Ruff, a BCNSociety member in Nova Scotia.  (with my apologies for getting his name wrong earlier)    Eric is interested in Valencia Wharf – at the corner of 4 maps, hence his excellent “stitch up” job.




While the area round the Titford Pools are safe, they are very shallow round the towpath, and it isn’t a great place to moor.

Some pedantry.

The pump house visitor moorings are actually on the Tat Bank branch, rather than the Titford Canal.

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