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  2. His Toyota Prius has a VW steering wheel.
  3. I suspect that Covid distancing rules would mean that a lot of things CRT need to do weren't actually possible.
  4. https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/notices/19377-lock-86-wigan-leeds-and-liverpool-canal Please be advised navigation will be closed between Lock 86 and Lock 87 on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal to inspect a severe leak at Wigan Dry Dock. Our local team will be draining the pound to inspect the issue and organise a method of repair. An update will be provided by Thursday, 8 April.
  5. In all the stuff about this agreement since they first announced it I've yet to see them confirm that it is "acceptable" to Cruise North from Preston Brook towards Leigh one weekend Do the Liverpool Link in the week Cruise South from Leigh to Preston Brook the next weekend. Also two years ago we came off the Weaver, worked out we had some spare time and went to Lymn for the night (and a few beers). Are they really suggesting you now have to book online to do something like that?
  6. You could request that as a feature - probably starting as a discussion in the Canalplan forums ( https://canalplan.org.uk/forums/viewforum.php?id=2 ) so people can bounce ideas around.
  7. "Accidentally set adrift" ... interesting concept.
  8. That's pretty much what they told me at AWRE Aldermaston. If its bigger than a wastebin or a chip pan then you need to get out rather than trying to put it out....
  9. Oddly enough we used to have a LPG detector which sat in the cupboard unit that had the Gas fridge at one end and the cooker at the other. BSS told us it had to be removed because it was "too close" to the gas lines (it was about a metre away). Not sure how you fit an extinguisher system under a cruiser stern either.....
  10. Water mist sprinker systems in the main cabin space...... I guess they don't know what a narrowboat looks like.
  11. Don't forget your gold plated battery terminal connectors
  12. Could have flagged up something like a failing CH system? We failed the BSS one year because the optimus kept cutting out - we had it capped off and got the BSS redone but getting an old Optimus system fixed can turn out to be quite expensive.
  13. https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/media/original/32433-waterway-dimensions.pdf gives the dimensions for each waterway. So for example although the draught wouldn't be a problem on the L&L your air draught is as the max on the L&L is less than that
  14. It's odd but flood risks are pretty much always ignored by planners, and often poo-pooed by the planning inspectorate when things get passed up to them.
  15. And they can't do much with the tunnel without basically changing the road as there isn't enough space.
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