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Sunday, May 20, 2007


With all the newborn ducklings around there are plenty of nurserys like this. Mum upon the bank watching over her `Tyred` brood.
Tina takes the helm across Chirk Aqueduct. Leah has popped up through the hatch to see the view. This was on the way up to Llangollen but i forgot all about it. Alongside can be seen the railway viaduct. This Aqueduct is brick built and not a metal trough as the Ponty` Aqueduct.

On the way back from Llangollen John on `TUI` is about to cross Chirk and behind i have just exited the tunnel. Chirk tunnel is 459yds long and like all the tunnels on the Llangollen is one way. As you can see to go through the tunnel you need to get over on the right to see if any boat is coming through before you enter.

Heres another nursery, nine in this bunch and mum was just a couple of webbed feet away.

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NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs