Woodhouse Lane, Ball Green and the Head of the Trent, Stoke-on-Trent

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Description:Looking generally south along Woodhouse Lane towards Ball Green. On the right is the Head of the Trent which flows under the bridge in the centre of the photograph. The third longest river in the UK starts near Biddulph Moor and flows south towards Norton via Knypersley Reservoir. The reservoir was built as a feeder for the Caldon Canal and the canal feeder stream runs just to the east of the Head of the Trent (to the left in the photograph), taking some of the water that would have flowed down the Trent.

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