Several of my last posts have been about the (currently) unnavigable part of the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal. Now, with photos this time, here's a record of our first cruise along the navigable part in July this year.
"This award winning bridge was rebuilt to reinstate the original canal bridge demolished in 1973 despite many protests that the canal would one day be re-opened. It was opened on May 27th 2001 ..."
"This length of canal was restored in 2004 by the legacy of Tim Wilkinson, author of Hold On a Minute", a Number One with a great love of the cuts."
The Greek helped me with the Assembly Table - It didn’t rain until late afternoon and with that knowledge in the morning we drove 20km east to a tree nursery where Jan carefully examined their select...
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