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Is that a long trial that winds around?
The canal is 13.8 kilometres long. Some parts are fantastic.
… love Regent’s Canal! Good shot. 🙂
An interesting shot – I travelled this canal down to Bow Locks and then up the Thames in the early 80s. I should dig out the negatives because the landscape has of course changed out of all recognition – there was nothing there. The old dock buildings had been flattened and the Docklands development was still a pipe dream. The view of the chimney would be the same, the trains would have been there if a little older and I am sure there would have been graffiti but the most radical change is that Canary Wharf would not be filling the background. Thanks for stirring the memories – there are some great photos on your blog, keep them coming.
Thank you! It’s all developed these days..
I’ve been browsing, and I must say I really admire your work. I noticed the whimsy, the realism, the commentary, and of course the well-composed images. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you! Glad you popped in. I appreciate it.
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