Vlog 102 Bridges: Johns’ Diary

Continuing down the Shropshire Union canal and going under an awful lot of bridges. I mean, a really amazing number in quick succession including one very well-known one. Plus a water refill and a bit of stickiness as I try to be a good boater.

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  1. The Shroppie certainly seems like one long linear mooring at times. I once spent a fortnight doing the whole length of it and back (Gailey on the S&W to Ellesmere Port and return) and the hours I spent with the boat on tickover going past moored boats drove me nuts. (Yes, I know, when boating you’re supposed to chill out and admire the view, but my patience was tried.)

  2. Greetings from Canada, followed you from day 1.
    As ex- Brits from Worcestershire area lots of places are so familiar’
    Doing a great job,

    • Thank you – I too hail from Worcestershire originally and, as you’ll see, head back to Droitwich in a vlog coming soon. And I go through Worcester on the Severn as well. Cheers!

  3. I spy lots of Thomas Telford and Sir William Cubitt engineering in your bridges blog. Wonderful stuff!

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