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Wolverhampton 21 Flight, bottom lock. BCN.

Wolverhampton 21 Flight. Wolverhampton Racecourse to right. BCN.

Wolverhampton 21 Flight. The Incinerator plant by Lock No10. We still had the last 10 to go! BCN.

Going down Factory Locks, Tipton. New Main Line. BCN.

Going down Factory Locks, Tipton. New Main Line. BCN. (Slide by John Rushbrook.)

The famous spelling mistake! (guerrilla). Factory Locks, Tipton. New Main Line. BCN. (Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Neil being groped! Below Factory Locks, Tipton. New Main Line. BCN. (Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Neil and Julian take a late Breaky! New Main Line. BCN. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)
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Going up the Gower Branch to the Old main line. BCN.

Coming out of Bradeshall staircase locks at top of Gower Branch. We will turn left and continue our journey into Birmingham along the Old Main Line. John F does his favourite job - crud removal! BCN.

Engine Arm Aqueduct, over the New Main Line. BCN.

Going down Smethwick Locks. BCN.

Cambrian Wharf at the top of Farmer's Bridge 13 flight of locks. We have a quick drink at the Longboat pub. Birmingham and Fazeley Canal. BCN.

Farmer's Bridge 13 flight of locks. Birmingham and Fazeley Canal. BCN.

Farmer's Bridge 13 flight of locks. Birmingham and Fazeley Canal. BCN.
 (Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Farmer's Bridge 13 flight of locks. Birmingham and Fazeley Canal. BCN. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Drayton Manor Foot and Swing Bridge, near Fazeley Junction on the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal.  
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Fradley Locks on the Trent and Mersey Canal. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Fradley Locks on the Trent and Mersey Canal.

Armitage "Tunnel". This was taken out in the 1950's due to mining subsidence. Trent and Mersey Canal.

 Rugeley. Trent and Mersey Canal. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

 Rugeley Power Stations and Coal Mine. Who's that miserable git on the front! Trent and Mersey Canal. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Rugeley coal mine and power station. The mine has gone, don't know about Power Station! Trent and Mersey Canal.

Sandon Lock No 25. Trent and Mersey Canal.

Aston Lock No 26. Trent and Mersey Canal.

Star Lock No 27. Stone Flight. The Star pub is just to the left of the lock. Leather clad John R. Trent and Mersey Canal.

Newcastle Road Lock No 29. Stone Flight. Trent and Mersey Canal.

Lime Kiln Lock No 30. Stone Flight. Trent and Mersey Canal. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Meaford Bottom Lock No 32. Meaford Flight. Trent and Mersey Canal.

Lock No 38, looking up at lock No 39, Stoke Flight. Caldon Canal.

Etruria Staircase locks, at start of Caldon Canal.

Lock No 8, Stockton Brook Flight. Linda's attire and leaves show what time of year it is! Caldon Canal.

Hazelhurst Top Lock (on the way back.) Caldon Canal.

Hazelhurst Middle Lock (on the way back.) The normal Hazelhurst geyser! Caldon Canal.

Hazelhurst Flight. Pouring with rain of course! (on the way back.) Caldon Canal.

Hazelhurst Aqueduct, where the Leek branch passes over, having avoided the Hazelhurst Locks. (on the way back.) Caldon Canal.

Cheddleton Lock No 13. Caldon Canal.

Oak Meadow Ford Lock No 16. (on the way back, just about to come off the river Churnet section.) Caldon Canal.

Our mooring at the Lime Kiln Wharf, Consall Forge. Note that the cars can now get down here, but not as access for the pub. (yet!) Caldon Canal
. (Slide by John Rushbrook.)

 The magical Black Lion pub, as we will always remember it. Consall Forge. Caldon Canal. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)
Click On Image For large image of Black Lion.

  Our mooring at the Lime Kiln Wharf, Consall Forge. In the morning, note the heavy dew. Caldon Canal. 
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

Harecastle Tunnel south portal. Trent and Mersey Canal.

Harecastle Tunnel north (Kidsgrove) portal. Trent and Mersey Canal.

Hardings Wood Junction. We are about to turn left, under the towpath bridge and take the Macclesfield Canal that will stay at this level and pass over the Trent and Mersey Canal.

Somewhere up the top of the Macclesfield Canal. near Macclesfield.  
(Slide by John Rushbrook.)

 


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