On the Regent's

Our local neighbourhood has such a rich heritage but the star has got to be the Regent’s Canal itself. Finished in 1820, famous architect John Nash had a hand in its construction. Linking up the Thames with the Grand Union canal it was the main artery ensuring goods arriving by sea could be transported through London and up to Birmingham.  Along the way you’ll pass Angel, King’s Cross, Camden and Little Venice. You’ll see rope marks carved into cornerstones through decades of use, curved Victorian brickwork bridges and many original industrial warehouses.