This is a trip of 3 miles, 5½ furlongs and 4 locks from York Way Bridge No 36 to Paddington Basin Visitor Moorings.
This will take 2 hours and 8 minutes.
From York Way Bridge No 36 travel west on the Grand Union Canal (Regent’s Canal) for 3 miles, 2 furlongs and 4 locks to Little Venice, then travel southeast on the Grand Union Canal (Paddington Branch) for 3½ furlongs to Paddington Basin Visitor Moorings.
|Grand Union Canal (Regent’s Canal)|
|From York Way Bridge No 36 (A5200. Also known as Maiden Lane Bridge) to:|
|St Pancras Lock Winding Hole [see navigational note 1 below]||1½ furlongs, 0 locks|
|St Pancras Basin [see navigational note 2 below]
St Pancras Cruising Club
|1¼ furlongs, 1 lock|
|Camden Visitor Moorings
Max. 7 days mooring (£25 per day for overstaying)
|1 mile, 1½ furlongs, 3 locks|
Junction with Cumberland Market Branch. Also known as Cumberland Market Branch
|1 furlong, 0 locks|
|Maida Hill Tunnel (Southwest end)
Edgeware Road crosses here. Also known as Edgeware Road
Having passed through Maida Hill Tunnel.
|1 mile, 2½ furlongs, 0 locks|
Junction of Grand Union Regents Canal and Paddington Branch. Also known as Browning’s Pool, Brownings Pool, Little Venice Lagoon, The Lagoon
|2¼ furlongs, 0 locks|
|Grand Union Canal (Paddington Branch)|
|From Little Venice (Junction of Grand Union Regents Canal and Paddington Branch. Also known as Browning’s Pool, Brownings Pool, Little Venice Lagoon, The Lagoon) to:|
|Harrow Road Bridge No 2
|½ furlongs, 0 locks|
|Paddington Visitor Moorings
7 day moorings
|1½ furlongs, 0 locks|
|Paddington Basin Visitor Moorings||1½ furlongs, 0 locks|
Total distance is 3 miles, 5½ furlongs and 4 locks. There are at least 1 small aqueduct or underbridge and 1 tunnel (Maida Hill Tunnel. ).
This is made up of 3 miles, 5½ furlongs of broad canals; 4 broad locks.