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1 hour ago, David Mack said:

The height of that bridge suggests that the river beyond is (or once was) navigable. Anybody tried it?

We once moored on those very pleasant moorings on the right-hand side of the photo. I think that, the next morning, we turned round under the bridge, but it's quite a few years ago so I could be wrong.

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On this day in 2006



spacer.pngHowbery Park Wallingford River Thames.


Attending conference at HR Wallingford offices.


Facilities included vehicle parking, so asked if that included parking a boat.


Yes. They didn't open the boatgates, though.

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15 hours ago, PeterScott said:

On this day in 2013



spacer.pngMon and Brec

Mortimer's Bridge No 65


Many spectacular views from the canal.


And many distinctive canoe-launching locations.


Sometimes it rains.


Workhouse Bridge No 118





The plastic boat's in a bit of a precarious position!


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