Edstone Waterleat is one of three waterleats on a 4 miles length of the Stratford-upon-Avon Waterway in Warwickshire, of which the towpath lies at the flack of the waterway bottom. Edstone is the longest waterleat in England, reeching 475 feet (145 metes),  It overfares a small road and the Birmingham and North Warwickshire railway. There was once a row from the side of the waterway that let steamtugs draw water to fill their tank, of which some nice bilds can be found on the Warwickshire Railways website.