Following on from my previous two posts; this one is based on my 365s location, b0atg1rl and I were standing in Lechlade. Lechlade is just downstream from the junction between the River Themes (River Isis), River Coln, and the Thames… Continue reading →
[photonav url=’http://camcrew.co.uk/uploads/2011-07-02_SOT.jpg’] A while ago Loupie and I went to Trewsbury Mead to look for the source of the Thames; Thames Head There’s a little cup in the Cotswold HillsWhich a spring in a meadow bubbles and fillsSpanned by a… Continue reading →
Another map of the Canals in and around London, this one comes from British Waterways, via WaterScape.
Themes21 are an environmental charity working with London communities to bring London’s waterways to life. They plan to clean up waterside grot-spots, remove graffiti and create new habitats for wildlife and aim to transform neglected and littered waterways into areas that everyone… Continue reading →
Google Earth Canal Maps GECM (Google Earth Canal Maps) is an on-going attempt to maps all the canals of the UK on Google Earths/Google Maps, including all the derelict ans in-filled ones. its a cool cartography project.
Found this via this page; Its a cool hand drawn map of the part of the Thames I most recently walked; speaking about that; I still need to poke those photos onto my blog
This is a continuation of part one, of task 8. On the north bank; by a tree is a GeoCach
I managed it, After last nights aborted attempt to walk from Culham, to Clifton Hampden, I completed the first documented part of my Task 8. Culham is an example of a shrunken village. The manor house and church are meagre… Continue reading →
Last night I attempted to walk the above course, its about 6.6 miles all in with about 3.5 of that being Thames Path, however with the weather closing in I stopped the walk just before the Appleford Railway Bridge, however… Continue reading →