Vlog 195: Taking a Leek

Having stopped overnight at the end of the Froghall arm, I turned the narrowboat and headed back the way I’d come, up to the junction where the Caldon canal had split into two. One very sharp left turn later and I was going down the Leek branch through heavily wooded sections and a very narrow tunnel indeed, emerging at the navigable end of that part of the canal.

Start point: https://goo.gl/maps/buUCCcRaeq4cRekK7
End point: https://goo.gl/maps/HkDG1sPTUucfCnVo9

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  1. Great Vlog. Really nice part of the network. We’ve asked our UK family if we can do that stretch when we visit next time.

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