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Saturday, June 27, 2009


Bollington Aqueduct carries the Macclesfield canal 60` up as it passes through the village. When you look at the embankment each side of the Aqueduct you realise it wasn`t just a matter of digging a trench and filling it with water, the embankment is man made to enable the canal to be as lock free as possible and standing on the boat cruising along although you realise the canal is high above the houses and industrial units it`s not until you take a picture like this you realise the effort that was made to achieve keep the locks to a minimum.

View of NB Valerie from the top of White Nancy.

One of the Quarries along the ridge.

Video was shot from the top of White Nancy in Bollington. One thousand feet above sea level you can walk from Nancy along Kerridge Ridge and still see stone quarries in action and the views are stunning.

Still trying to get my head around this You Tube thing. The piece of video above, hopefully it will be there and play, for some reason suddenly took the place of the Bugsworth video on the blog....strange but it`s probably me doing something wrong.Anyway it`s been deleted and appears here so we will see how things go now.

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NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs