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... British Waterways to
Cruising Waterway Standard in 1983. This is the part which remains today. Eleven and three quarter miles with 15 double locks. It runs basically from south to north on the west side of Nottingham.
Getting to the top of the River Soar and moving onto the River Trent was quite breathtaking. So much water around.
We found the entrance to the Erewash canal, got through Trent Lock which was teeming with visitors ...
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
... a bad person.
It's STILL such a lovely day.
Saturday 6th - Kegworth
Yesterday we parted company with Alan and Judy. They are spending the weekend at a boat club they used to belong to and will be turning around and going back up the Soar. We moved a little way further downstream to Zouch. Today was VERY windy and we travelled just a short way through one lock and have stopped at Kegworth. We plan to go to St Andrews ...
... this and at present, his daughter lives in the waiting room and his son has his office in the signal box. Their claim to fame is that in the making of the film "the Great Train Robbery" their section of the railway was reopened for the filming.
Arrived at the top of Foxton Locks and had a wander around in the afternoon. It has changed a bit since we were last here. The shop has moved and there ...
... and we picked up quite a few ideas that we could use in ours at home. Back on the same bus, same driver, 2 different passengers and once again a running commentary. It was a bit like our own private sight-seeing tour.
We took Juliette around the water to Whitwell Harbour parking area, where we could stop all day for £5.00 and got the bikes out. We started off well, fairly flat, but soon became uphill and down dale...now the ...