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Posted by Barrie on 5th February 2019  
Where are you? Manchester
How did you find our site?    Searching Lancaster canal
Comments Great pics
We have a boat moored in Catforth, Roots Bridge 30
Really enjoyed viewing photos 😀👍

Posted by June Gornall on 2nd January 2019   junegornall@hotmail.com 
Where are you? Garstang
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments Great website with good photos. Today, I walked from bridge 22 on the Lancaster Canal to the terminus in Preston with my friend,Mary. We've now walked all sections south of Lancaster and hope to complete sections north of Lancaster this year.

Posted by Mo Byrne on 14th June 2018   mbyrne1997@btinternet.com 
Where are you? Argyll, Scotland
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments Good to see u pics of this lovely canal, just what I was looking for. Taking a boat on the canal 2018 and just wanted to see what it was like. Enjoy u walking. Thanks
Regards M

Posted by Judith Turner on 9th July 2017   judeturn@gmail.com 
Where are you? Bradford West Yorkshire
How did you find our site?    Searching for info on Leeds Liverpool Canal
Comments Love your web site it is helping us plan our walks along the canal. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your experiences.

Posted by Fred and Audrey on 19th May 2017   woodward8316@virginmedia.com 
Where are you? West Yorks
How did you find our site?    Browsimg
Comments Caldon and Shropshire Union completed and Cromford started. Kennet and Avon and Llangolan routes planned and bus time tables downloaded,hotels booked so ready for the off in June. We've now passed the 1400 mile mark but still plenty to do.

Posted by Fred and Audrey on 10th February 2017   woodward8316@virginmedia.com 
Where are you? West Yorks
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments First post for a long time.We've now walked 1300mls of towpath. Caldon next then Shropshire Union and Cromford. Love it!

Posted by David Hall on 5th January 2016   david.hall55@ntlworld.com 
Where are you? Derby, UK
How did you find our site?    Searched for Leeds-Liverpool canal information
Comments I found the Leeds-Liverpool canal walk blog as I'm planning to do the same later this year (in stages, obviously) I've walked the Birmingham-Worcester canal plus sections of the Trent & Mersey. Your blog is an excellent resources so many thanks for taking the time & trouble to write it. I've only now found my way to this site so I shall bookmark this as well. Best regards, David

Posted by eddie pimlott on 5th December 2015   computorfool456@hotmail.com 
Where are you? Sydney Australia
How did you find our site?    wanted to find pics of the canal
Comments Great site >> brings back so many memories of the places that i used to fish from Altrincham to Warrington before i went to see if the grass was greener on the other side of the hill(world) I would love to be back fishing Warrington Anglers waters especialy the "cut" as i lived close to Dunham Massey before i went to Colonial land Good Health to one and all

Posted by peter priestner on 16th November 2015   peterpriestner@msn.com 
Where are you? Higher walton, Warrington
How did you find our site?    checking out Bridgewater Canal walks
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Posted by Joseph Baron on 27th September 2015   josephbaron424@btinternet.com 
Where are you? Norfolk near King's Lynn
How did you find our site?    Nostalgia for past
Comments I used to live in Leigh and as a boy I loved walking, jogging and cycling along the canal bank. I remember coal barges in 2s and 3s and boys hanging on for a free ride. I remember walking on the thick ice in Butts Basin and boat rides in the summer...happy times!

Posted by maureen byrne on 11th May 2015   mbyrne1997@btinternet.com 
Where are you? Crinan Canal, Argyll
How did you find our site?    Search on web
Comments Loved your pics and found it very interesting as we are going on a narrow boat some time in May. Cheers to all.

Posted by Will yoxall on 30th April 2015  
Where are you? lymm
How did you find our site?    search
Comments eddie pimlott please contact me via Lymm.net James fox

Posted by roger howes on 15th October 2014   roger.howes@ntlworld.com 
Where are you? kidlington
How did you find our site?    searched we
Comments Would you like a postcard copy of deep cutting bridge from 1920ish

Posted by Jill Hudson on 1st May 2014   jillfhudson@hotmail.co.uk 
Where are you? Cumbria too!
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments What a lovely idea, to walk canals and photograph your adventures! From a train somewhere near Lancaster I saw a gorgeous canal and a pretty pub with hanging baskets, called The Plough, but now I can't find out exactly where it was! Do you happen to know??

Posted by Sas on 20th April 2014  
Where are you? Cumbria
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments Thank you SO much for such a wonderful photographic 'walk' along the Lancaster Canal. I was born near the original 'start' at the Preston end, near University of Central Lancs, so a great 'return journey' for me.

Could you do the Leeds Liverpool next please?!!!!

Posted by Andrea on 8th January 2014  
Where are you? wigan
How did you find our site?    browsing
Comments great site ! loved to see photos of places roamed as a child. have lived all around worsley / boothstown all my life. how things change and not always for good. keep up the good work and consider a book . i would certainly buy it .

Posted by Andy on 22nd October 2013  
Where are you? Stoke-on-Trent
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments Great adventures ! You have taken a comprehensive pictorial view of the canals and I have to find the Lancaster Canal soon ! Me and my neighbour have walked over 100 miles this year including Macc Canal and Caldon in full. Very enjoyable. As you say, away from roads and traffic. Great Site !

Posted by Fred & Audrey on 9th October 2013   woodward8316@virginmedia.com 
Where are you? Wakefield
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments Please ignore previous comment.
We have walked well over 500miles of canals.
We use "Google Earth"to plan the walks,to find parking spots and bus stops/routes.It's easy to plan using "Traveline"for bus times/routes. We've also added old railway lines to our walks.

Posted by Fred & Audrey on 9th October 2013   woodward8316@virginmedia.com 
Where are you? Wakefield
How did you find our site?    Browsing
Comments Enjoy the site

Posted by Kenny Bigboots Faulty on 14th September 2013  
Where are you? Brum
How did you find our site?    Google Search
Comments I have been canal walking for Years, me and Romoane love to walk the skipton section as we have a Caravan near by. Its such a pleasure to skip along teh Skipton section hand in hand, such a delight after the smelly Brummie jum air. There are some lovely pubs on route as I love my food as well as walking. Great website, love it xxx

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