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Monday, February 05, 2007


Bridgewater Boats now stands empty waiting for a decision to be made by the council as to what they will allow to be built here. In years gone by it was the start for many holiday boats.

This Totem pole stands in the grounds of some flats just before going under the bridge next to Berkhampstead Stn. Passing the next lock brings us into the town centre and moorings outside Waitrose with access to the high st.

The old Town Hall dates to 1859 and is now a wine bar/restaurant.

These Alms Houses were a guift of John Sayer and date back to 1684. The word GUIFT is just how it`s spelt on the inscription above the six houses.


Anonymous said...

Hallo! ;)
wow... what unbalanced comments!
what do you suppose about it?

Les Biggs said...

please make your point clear and i will reply

Lorimar said...

Hi Les,
see your'e still getting around not frozen in yet then !!
been some nice pictures lately, sorry to hear about the scratch down the side by some mindless muppet, but like you say it was a first and hopefully the last.
Keep smiling
Regards Mark & Lorain

Les Biggs said...

Hi Mark/Lorain
Not been frozen in but plenty of thin ice up on the summit level at Cow Roast(Tring).
Hope your build is going ok. How did you get on with Beta? E mail me.
Hope to meet up as we get near you.

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs