The Llangollen Canal, with its picturesque countryside and magnificent engineering, draws visitors from around the world.

Spanning the border between England and Wales, the canal is home to the remarkable Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, the tallest navigable aqueduct in Britain.

In 2009, this astonishing engineering feat, along with 11 miles of canal and associated structures, was designated as a World Heritage Site.

Standing at an impressive 126 feet high, the aqueduct features 19 arches that stretch a total of 1007 feet.

Whether crossing on foot or by boat, the drop is truly breathtaking.

This incredible structure is fed by the nearby Horseshoe Falls and holds a staggering 1.5 million litres of water.

For two centuries, the Llangollen Canal and its surrounding area have captivated visitors.

Member of our Camera Club Cathie Langton shared these stunning photographs showcasing the beauty of the Llangollen Canal.

These images capture the essence of this remarkable waterway that has stood the test of time.