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Monday, May 31, 2010

Six Day Walk (6):
Peak Forest Canal


This is the sixth post of some photographs of a walk I took some weeks ago. I've been sharing this walk with you over six days.

We started by walking down steps to Church Brow and took the path by Gower Bank which leads to the junction of Clough Fold Road and Fawley Avenue.

We then followed a footpath between fences, before entering a valley crossed by a pipeline and finding a bridge with a stile.

The reason for the barrier and the stile is that it leads to grazing land by the Peak Forest Canal. It wasn't until I'd climbed the stile and turned the corner that I knew where I was.

We have been here before but then the path led across a muddy field so I didn't go exploring it.

On that occasion I'd walked down Woodend Lane as far as Captain Clarke's Bridge and along the towpath to Bridge #8.

On this occasion I crossed the bridge as narrowboat Edith passed through. I then walked on down the towpath to the site of Gee Cross Mill.

There is another photograph of the grazing field on Hyde DP Xtra.

8 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

Breathing must have been just a joy, surrounded by that much green. Please have a nice start into the new week.

daily athens

Paula said...

The countryside on this tour has been idyllic. Much different than what I see on a daily basis. Most enjoyable!

Leif Hagen said...

Quite a scenic, photogenic walk ....

Serline said...

The whole walk has a Wuthering Heights feel to it, though the weather has been much more pleasant ;-)

JM said...

Lovely spot and the sign looks pretty cool.

lewi14 said...

Thank you for this wonderful walk and your comments.

Cezar and Léia said...

I like canals... And most things that have water... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Tom said...

Thats a very nice walk to have taken Gerald... I know the route very well as you know.. I wish I had joined you for it.

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