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Just now, booke23 said:

Latest from CRT is it will be the 4th August before they can get a crane to the site. 

That is excellent news, tremendous service, never before seen C&RT swing into action so quickly

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9 hours ago, Tim Lewis said:

Just to add to the problems, Widmead lock this morning!

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Doubtless CART will erect a warning sign "Danger: heavy plant crossing".

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9 hours ago, Tim Lewis said:

Just to add to the problems, Widmead lock this morning!

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No doubt C&RT have run out of stripey warning tape and blue signs so asked Fountains to ensure that no one could use the lock.

 

They just don't know how innovative boaters can be (do they !)

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  • 3 weeks later...

Update on 19/08/2021:

Further to the notice below, we are pleased to advise that works at Lock 104, Southcote Lock have now been successfully completed.

We are aware there are many boats waiting patiently to navigate through the lock so we have asked that our Volunteer Lock Keepers attend site tomorrow from 9am to assist with the safe passage through Southcote Lock.

Thank you for your continued patience.

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