Saturday, 3 September 2011

Calder and Hebble Canal – Elland Lock to Crowther Bridge


This is another beautiful stretch of the canal walked, or rather strolled, on a warm and rather humid day.  The first of September and some of the trees are changing colour already.  Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t always rain in Yorkshire and the reservoirs are low so I think dry weather is hastening the changes in the leaves.





The building above, now a day nursery looks like an Escher design!

We left the canal at Crowther Bridge.P1040409

First going under the bridge.


Marvelling at the way the ropes have eaten into the stone.


And crossing back to the other side and the road by a footbridge as the original bridge is no longer safe.

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