Can you guess the aqueduct?

Test your canal boating knowledge by guessing the names of these famous British aqueducts

Test your canal boating knowledge by guessing the names of these famous British aqueducts in our quiz below.

    (function(b,o,n,u,s){var a,t;a=b.createElement(u);a.async=1;a.src=s;t=b.getElementsByTagName(u)[0];t.parentNode.insertBefore(a,t);o[n]=o[n]||[]}) (document,window,'_qual_async','script','//player.qualifio.com/kit/qualp.2.min.js'); _qual_async.push(['createIframe', 'qualifio_insert_place_125406', 'player.qualifio.com', '20', '5EE4062C-EE9F-3714-0655-E6BF2FF2214E', '100%', '1200', '', '', '', 'max-width:480px;margin:0 auto;']); Designed by John Rennie and completed in 1796, this aqueduct was built using Roman methods.180m long and 18m high, this aqueduct is a Hugh Baird creation and it has 8 arches. Dating back to 1795, this aqueduct was the world's first large scale, cast iron aqueduct, designed by Thomas Telford.At 145m, this is the longest aqueduct in England. The second longest aqueduct in Britain, it was completed in 1821 and is a Hugh Baird creation. Completed in 1801, this is a very famous Thomas Telford aqueduct found on the Wales/England border.Designed by Sir Edward Leader Williams, this aqueduct has been described as 'the poster child for 19th century British engineering'