Places around the Basingstoke Canal
Greywell is probably best known for being the tunnel with the bats in it on the Basingstoke Canal. It has a small but picturesque village, with a norman church and a mill. The River Whitewater passes through the village just a short distance away from the tunnel portal
Greywell tunnel is visited by thousands every year, but its not just the tunnel thats a popular attraction!
It is five miles from Greywell to Basingstoke – whether it be by canal or by road!
One of my favourite cottages in Greywell – this is known as the Barracks
Cottage in Greywell on the Up Nately road by the church access path
Cottage in Greywell on the Up Nately road looking east
St Marys church in Greywell
Plans for St Marys Church showing various dates of construction
The mill by the River Whitewater. The waterwheel is just visible through the awning on the side
Footbridge across the Whtewater river west of Deptford Road
South of the River Whitewater is Greywell Moors
Deptford bridge – the crossing of the Whitewater in Greywell. There was once a ford
Land that once belonged to North Warnborough now belongs to Greywell!
WOODHAM JUNCTION TO GREYWELL
Intro / Byfleet – Woodham Locks / Woodham – St. Johns / St. Johns – Hermitage / Brookwood – Pirbright / Deepcut Flight / Deepcut – Frimley / Basingstoke Canal Centre / Great Bottom – Ash / Ash lock – Norris Hill / Fleet – Crookham / Chequers – Barley Mow / Barley Mow – Odiham / Odiham – Greywell