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The canal eventually closed in 1964, giving way to the new and faster transport of the day, the railways. Very few sites still have water, but those that have can be seen at Swarkestone, Sandiacre and Spondon.
This section of the former Derby canal is now part of a multiuser route suitable for cycling, horse riding and walking.
Bridleway/Horse riding trail
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