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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Furness Vale II and Whaley Bridge

This morning Jo and I went for another walk. We set off into Furness Vale again to start with.

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The signal box by the level crossing.

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Furness Vale railway station. This time we turned south and headed towards Whaley Bridge.

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Hadar as seen from the Buxton Road (A6).

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Crossing back over the canal at footbridge No.34.

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Bugsworth & Whaley Bridge junction.

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Tescos store beside the junction.

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The visitor moorings at Whaley Bridge have been repaired since we were here last year.

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Whaley Bridge basin.

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Original railway bridge over the River Goyt in Whaley Bridge, this was the Cromford & High Peak Railway which terminated at the canal basin.

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The road bridge alongside the footbridge. The footbridge is sandwiched between the road bridge and the railway bridge.

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One of our favourite Antiques Shops.

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The footbridge as seen from the railway bridge.

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Mechanics Institute.

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Another view of the River Goyt which wends it’s way through the town.

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Whaley Bridge railway station.

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The transhipment shed back in the basin.

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Inside the transhipment shed.

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The sewage works not far from where Hadar is moored.

Keith.

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