Victoria Park: Victoria Park takes 218 acres and was designed by Sir James Pennethorne between 1842 and 1846. The design was mostly inspired by Nash's work at Regent's Park.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park : Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, in London,United Kingdom, is a sporting complex spanning Stratford, Bow, Hackney and Leyton. It was built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and the Paralympics, situated to the east of the city adjacent to the Stratford City development.
Abbey Mills Pumping Station: the station is a Byzantine style Station designed by Joseph Bazalgette and finished in 1868. It is also known as the Cathedral of Sewage, and it is still a standby facility.
Greenway: The Greenway runs along the top of the Northern Outfall Sewer. The gravity sewer was mostly designed by Joseph Bazalgette as part of his London sewerage system, following the Big Stink of 1858.
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Greenway from Victoria Park to the Olympic Park

England, United Kingdom

Greenway from Victoria Park to the Olympic Park

Length
7 km
Elev. Gain
21 m
Est. Steps
10000

Scenic views

City walk

Created by sara🧚‍♂️
Introduction
Greenway from Victoria Park to the Olympic Park is a 7 km (10,000-step) route located near England, United Kingdom. This route has an elevation gain of about 21 m and is rated as easy. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.
The route begins at Victoria Park, and goes past the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at Stratford. The Greenway is created above the main sewer system of London and used by visitors to the London 2012 Olympic.

Old Ford Lock (Regent's Canal)

Water
Old Ford Lock is a lock on the Regent's Canal, between Bethnal Green and Hackney in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.The associated lock cottage, and stables were designated Grade II listed buildings in 1990. Thames lighters using the canal would have horses provided by the operators of the canal.

City Mill River

Water
City Mill River is part of the Bow Back Rivers in London, England. It formerly fed City Mill, used for the production of chemicals in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In the 1930s, the mill was removed and the river was isolated from the tides by the construction of locks at both ends.

Old Ford Lock

Water
Old Ford Lock is a paired lock and weir on the River Lee Navigation, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, England. It is at Fish Island, which Old Ford locality in northeast Bow takes it namesake from after the natural ford which used to exist in the area crossing the uncanalised River Lea.

Old River Lea

Water
The Old River Lea is the former natural channel of the River Lea below Lea Bridge, in the London Borough of Hackney. The Old River forms a large meander from the Middlesex Filter Beds Weir to rejoin the main channel of the River Lee Navigation below Old Ford Lock, just west of the 2012 Olympic stadium.

Abbey Creek

Water
Abbey Creek is a tidal river channel of the River Lea in London. It runs on the opposite side of Channelsea Island to the Channelsea River.

Channelsea River

Water
Channelsea River is a tidal river in London, England, one of the Bow Back Rivers that flow into the Bow Creek part of the River Lea, which in turn flows into the River Thames.In 1957–8, the Channelsea River was culverted between Stratford High Street and Lett Road.In 1994, the historian Dan Cruickshank found 4,000 tons (60%) of the lost Euston Arch buried in the bed of the River Lea at the Channelsea River and the Prescott Channel.

Victoria Park, London

Park
Victoria Park (known colloquially as Vicky Park or the People's Park) is a park in Hackney in the East End of London, England. The park is 86.18 hectares of open space , the park opened in 1845 and stretches out across part of Tower Hamlets, bordering parts of Bethnal Green, South Hackney, Cambridge Heath and Old Ford, such as along Old Ford Road, London E3 and Victoria Park Road E9.

Three Mills Lock

Water
Three Mills Lock, also known as the Prescott Lock is a lock on the Prescott Channel on the River Lea in London. The project was led by British Waterways and the lock officially opened on 5 June 2009.The lock cuts off this section of the Bow Back Rivers from the tide, creating new opportunities for leisure boats, water taxis, trip boats and floating restaurants.

Prescott Channel

Water
The Prescott Channel was built in 1930–35 as part of a flood relief scheme for the River Lee Navigation in the East End of London, England, and was named after Sir William Prescott, the then chairman of the Lee Conservancy Board. Rubble from the demolished Euston Arch was used in 1962 to improve the channel, which forms part of the Bow Back Rivers.

Northern Outfall Sewer

Place
The Northern Outfall Sewer (NOS) is a major gravity sewer which runs from Wick Lane in Hackney to Beckton sewage treatment works in east London (east of Stratford); most of it was designed by Joseph Bazalgette after an outbreak of cholera in 1853 and the "Great Stink" of 1858.Prior to this work, central London's drains were built primarily to cope with rain water, and the growing use of flush toilets frequently meant that they became overloaded, flushing sewage and industrial effluent into the River Thames.
Route Details

Length

7 km

Elev. Gain

21 m

Est. Steps

10000
Created by
sara🧚‍♂️
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