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There can also be adverse effects on some engines running at continuously low revolutions. One can only speculate as to how an year-old boy from Glasgow managed to become a Mate on a boat on the Peak Forest Canal. Retracing our steps up river this time, we turned up the Frodsham Cut. Hence we would have to be put through the big lock which had a road all be it a one car width one going over it.

Instructions say to tie up but there is a lack of rings or hooks to tie to. In fact they were a fund of information which was very useful. Apparently he was the one on the Swing Bridge earlier.

It must be on a par with Bugsworth as far as canal transportation of materials is concerned. We walked into the Visitor Centre to find out. The flow of the river was very mild although I am told this is not always so. Broken down lock gates leading on to disused docks that once had busy wharves, which were now deserted.

Moorers would expect

The speed of a boat such that it may cause annoyance and possible damage to others. Apparently we were not supposed to be there and the security man nearly had a fit. Such moorings are often a source of conflict where boats pass at inappropriate speed or boats are not moored in accordance with best practice.

Well perversely we sampled both sides as the wind blew us side ways. This was due to a landslip on Vale Royal Lock.

Moorers would expect to pay charges reflecting an accepted fair market value based on the facilities provided and their location in relation to the moorings. Being retired does leave time to ponder when necessary. But we did enjoy exploring the town and the salt museum.

Being retired does leave time to

Now we are very simple people and like our instructions in simple easy to understand English, with no complicated idioms and flowery language. It looked to be still working although it was Saturday but there was not a soul in sight.

The two locks towards Winsford had timed passages to lock through them. The wind was howling and it had turned very cold. We were small enough to turn round, just, but on making our way out we hit a sand bank and tilted over rather alarmingly. Timber, plastic or other fendering should be installed so as to prevent any overhang which could cause damage to low freeboard craft. Suitable pedestrian access and facilities should be provided for people travelling on foot, bicycle or public transport.

The moorings were inadequate and we were moored three out. We passed a boat of Japanese tourists going up and the obligatory photos were taken of each other. Mike had forgotten to change the smaller canal ropes for the longer river ones. But it is obvious that this was once a very industrialised area.