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Monday, January 30, 2012

Foxton Locks to Black Horse Bridge, Foxton Village

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Foxton Black Horse Bridge 2

A crisp morning, with some thin ice on the canal. We pulled over to the entrance to the lower basin of the inclined plane to top up the water tank, empty toilet and dispose rubbish. We then chugged the grand distance of nearly ¾ mile to very near to Black Horse Bridge at Foxton, where we will be for a few days awaiting our Tesco food delivery here on Wednesday afternoon.

Keith.

2 comments:

Bursledon Blogger said...

In the mid 90's I lived in husband's bosworth, my dad was a live aboard canal cruiser so every once in a while I'd get a phone call "I'm at Foxton" - funny how he was always at the bottom of the flight waiting to go up - lovely place and happy days

Keith (Boatman) said...

Foxton Locks is a lovely place, and they have done a lot of work there since the 90's so you may be surprised at the changes.