Vlog 53: The Smell of the Greasepaint


Getting back on track with the travel vlogs from my Grand Tour earlier this year, I pick up where I left off in Vlog 51 (Bascote) and continue my route back towards Braunston. In doing this I pass through the Stockton lock flight with the help of the lovely folk on the Mikron Theatre Company boat (www.mikron.org.uk) and up up just past Wigram’s Turn marina (Napton Junction)


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5 Comments

  1. The Arm at Willow Wren training is not a new arm. It is the original entrance to Nelson’s Cement works which is being dug out after being filled in many years ago.
    http://www.nelsonswharf.co.uk/

    Do you still want the horn?

  2. Just had a break watching you…. SO relaxing ! And pleased to say… MY WIFE IS COMING HOME ON MONDAY Thank you SO much !

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