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The shropshire union canal, nicknamed the shroppie, is a navigable canal in england. The llangollen and montgomery canals are the modern names of branches of the shropshire union (su) system and lie partially in wales. Together with what are now the llangollen and montgomery canals merged in the mid 1840s to create the shropshire union railways & canal company. The intention was to convert the main line and the branch to newtown into railways. Shropshire union canal society the shropshire union canal society was formed in 1966 to protect, enhance and restore the canals of the historic shropshire union railways and canal company. The restoration group has been actively engaged in restoring the montgomery canal since 1969, this has included the restoration of 10 locks. Middlewich branch (new cut) narrow canal, 10 miles, 4 locks. The shropshire union was formed by the union of a number of canals, that from nantwich to chester was built to broad barge standards, and many miles of little used branches through shropshire were abandoned earlier this century. The shropshire union canal and runs from ellesere port on the river mersey to autherley junction, near wolverhamption, where it meets the staffordshire and worcestershire canal. The llangollen and montgomery canals are modern names for two branches of the canal. The shropshire union canal, nicknamed the shroppie is a navigable canal in england. The llangollen and montgomery canals are the modern names of branches o. The shropshire union railways and canal company was a company in england, formed in 1846, which managed several canals and railways. It intended to convert a number of canals to railways, but was leased by the london and north western railway(lnwr) from 1847, and although they built one railway in their own right, the lnwr were keen that they did not build any more. The shropshire union canal runs from autherley junction, near wolverhampton, on the staffordshire & worcestershire canal, to the manchester ship canal at ellesmere port. Measuring 66 miles with 47 locks, the shropshire union canal makes its way from wolverhampton to ellesmere port and provides a rather rural paddle.