The Regents Canal

Photograph of pleasure cruiser on the regents canal in London England

Bridge over the Regents Canal in London, England

The Regents Canal runs from Little Venice in Paddington, where it adjoins the Grand Union Canal, to Limehouse Basin in London’s docklands where it meets the River Thames. Formerly a busy thoroughfare for industrial freight barges it is now used almost entirely by pleasure craft, waterbus services and residential narrow boats.

The above image is of the part of the canal that runs past Regents Park, a short walk from Camden Lock. If you would like to use this image you can purchase a licence from dunmaglas.co.uk.

Several Species of birds inhabit the canal including Moorhens and ducks such as the Mandarin Ducks in the image below. Please visit dunmaglas.co.uk if you would like to purchase this image.

Photograph on Mandarin Ducks on the Regents Canal in London, England

Female Mandarin duck and duckling on the bank of the Regents Canal in London, England

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