Thank you for sharing so many of your photographs of your travels on Britain's waterways. This one of Granary Wharf in Leeds has many memories for me as my Grandfather owned the boatyard that was there, was called Ryders Boatyard then. It's good to see that the 2 dry docks are still there, I worked in those docks repairing the old wooden coal barges that worked the canal.
I cycled this waterway to llangollen in 2007. I have found cycling along the canals agood peacfull way of exploring
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Jamal Masood (aka CuriousJM)
Pre-Victorian, Gosty Hill Tunnel, completed in 1797 !
Austin A35 van (early 1950's)
Amazing photos.. Scenery unlike what we have here in Down-Under!
Beaut little bridge photo
Gosty Hill, 509 meters long. I've taken loads of pictures inside !