|/ /1790||Glamorganshire Canal|
|/ /1798||Glamorganshire Canal|
Basin and sea lock opened in Cardiff.
|/ /1835||Glamorganshire Canal|
Starts to suffer congestion.
|/ /1882||Glamorganshire Canal|
A link is opened between the Sea Lock and Canal Basin in Cardiff to the South Wales Railway.
|/ /1885||Glamorganshire Canal|
Acquired by the Marquis of Bute for conversion to a railway later in 1898 - not converted.
|/ /1896||Bute Docks Company|
Buy the Glamorganshire Canal and Aberdare Canal.
|/ /1943||Glamorganshire Canal|
Cardiff Corporation applies for powers to acquire and close the canal.
|/ /1951||Glamorganshire Canal|
Last section of canal, the basin and sea lock, closed on accidental destruction of the sea lock gates.
Cardiff Corporation closes the last part of the Glamorganshire Canal's operation; a link between the sea lock and canal basin and sidings on the South Wales Railway.