Sunday, 17 December 2017

Sowerby Bridge Canal Basin.

I did a previous post about the canal basin and wharf at Sowerby Bridge on the 29th July 2017. In that post I put a little about the history of the wharf and the pictures featured were ones that I had taken that day using my Nikon d3300 SLR camera. 

The wharf is the junction of the Rochdale Canal and the Calder & Hebble Navigation, and has 4 warehouses around the basin. It is also the home of a number of narrow boat moorings. The pictures featured in this post are all from my Flickr album. The pictures from July 29th this year are exclusive to Clickasnap and only feature there. I will provide a link below if you would like to see them. 

The pictures were all taken along the stretchers of canal from Chain Bridge over the Calder & Hebble Navigation to Lock number 1 on the Rochdale Canal and inside the basin area between the canals. They were taken on many dates over the last 4 years.

Sowerby Bridge Canal Wharf.
There are 33 pictures in this album, that can all be seen in the slideshow above using the arrows or full size on Flickr.

The following pictures are a small selection of the ones available to see on Flickr.
Kirkham Turn Junction at Sowerby Bridge.
Taken with a Samsung Galaxy Tablet on January 25th 2014

Shire Cruisers Boats in Moorings at Sowerby Bridge.
Taken on November 2nd 2013 using a Samsun Galaxy Tablet.

Boats Moored at Sowerby Bridge Wharf.
Taken on the 26th December 2015 using a Polaroid iS2132 bridge camera.

Sowerby Bridge Lock Gate Sign at the Canal Basin.
Taken using a Nikon d3300 slr camera on the 8th October 2017.

Warehouse 1 and Salt Warehouse from Lock 1 on the Rochdale Canal.
Taken using a Samsung Galaxy Tablet on the 25th January 2015.

There is an exclusive set of 24 pictures taken on the 29th July 2017 available to view on Clickasnap.
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