Cromford Canal Audio Trail

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AN audio trail THAT highlights the history, heritage and natural history of the Cromford Canal.

The Cromford Canal is part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. It is a vital part of Britain’s industrial heritage. The canal once allowed goods produced in Derbyshire to be transported throughout the world. It is now used by people as a leisure amenity for walking and cycling. It is also a vitally important wildlife site, supporting one on the most important water vole populations in the country.

The Cromford Canal Audio Trail gives information to visitors detailing the canal's rich history, heritage and natural history. Along the canal from Cromford Wharf to High Peak Junction, and beyond to Leawood Pumphouse and the Wigwell Aqueduct, you will find 15 QR codes. These can be scanned using a mobile phone and are a direct link to the files found below. Alternatively you can download the files before your visit and look out for the numbers on the codes which will tell you which file to play.

 

Intro I.mp3

Intro II.mp3

Introduction.mp3

Warehouse.mp3

Wildlife.mp3

Lawn Bridge.mp3

Birds.mp3

Woodland Birds.mp3

Water Voles.mp3

Water Voles 2.mp3

Waterfowl.mp3

High Peak Junction.mp3

Fauna

World Heritage Site.mp3

The Wharf Shed.mp3

Leawood Pump House.mp3

Wigwell Aqueduct