Stunning London Waterways

By Londonist Staff Last edited 17 months ago
Stunning London Waterways

Once watery motorways — essential for transporting everything from ice to fish to gunpowder — London's canals are now more relaxed thoroughfares. That's not to say they're not interesting — in fact they're often bustling with activity.

An Islington canal scene
Source Burberry
The canal at Islington
Source Moscowlondon
Hackney Wick street art
Source Londonmunchies
Angel bridge
Source Charlottehuco
Canal-side living near Kentish Town
Source Peter Uk70
Late afternoon on the Regent's Canal
Source Burberry
Reflections on the Regent's Canal
Source Emmakateco
Fun at Camden Lock
Source Alanisko
Backyard bliss
Source Zoecaldwell
Little Venice bridge
Source Heartdrive
Riverside buildings
Source Elice F
Waterfowl and a floating restaurant near London Zoo
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Source Londontheinside
A beautiful house on Regent's Canal
Source Jeera
We wouldn't mind living here
Source Alanisko
Autumn on the Regent's Canal
Source Alanisko
Chugging through the algae
Source Thepastamaster
Source Camdenmarketldn
Bridge reflections
Source Peter Uk70
Angles of Paddington basin
Source Fundamentals
Modern flats near York Way
Source Jeera
Just chilling in Little Venice
Source London
Autumnal shot
Source Alanisko
Along the towpath
Source Jeera
Old gasholder awaiting a revamp at St Pancras
Source Thepastamaster
London Zoo at dusk
Source Jeera
Rainbow over the Lea Navigation
Source Elliotx
Source Hellopoe
Navigating Camden Lock
Source Lock17camden
Head to head
Source Natgeotravel
The top of Regent's Park
Source Joshzoo
Sun, water, boat, people at Blowup Bridge
Source Wordbybea
The winter canal at King's Cross
Source Jeera
Towpath graffiti
Source Londonlivingdoll
Sunny day
Source Pampelishka
Full steam ahead
Source Dearleila
A modern bridge over the Regent's Canal
Source Britishvogue
Regent's Canal near Regent's Park
Source Jazmincadano
Camden Markets
Source Topshop
Spring on the canal
Source Jeera
Shadows under a bridge
Source Adamsheath

Last Updated 22 February 2017