Towpath Cycling Tweets 2016

This is a record of ALL the 2016 tweets I can find re issues with towpath cycling. I have tried to put it in exact date order. Twitter doesnt make it that easy! There are complaints all over the world, even China, the US, France, Ireland etc. As far as I know these are all UK towpaths – a couple […]

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Aickman in Gower Street

Robert Fordyce Aickman was instrumental in setting up the IWA (Inland Waterways Association) at Gower Street, WC1E 6HB. On Aickman’s 101st birthday in 2016 a plaque was put on the wall of his London home. David Suchet (TV’s Poirot) unveiled the plaque donated by the IWA. As well as being a waterways campaigner Aickman was a noted author who specialised […]

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Paddington Bear Movie at Little Venice #3

Big film crew in Little VeniceSee if I can get a walk on part 😏 pic.twitter.com/vgQj4v82yi — steve stringer (@stringalingcpfc) November 8, 2016 🎥 #Paddington 2 #London 🎥#crew #cranes #cameras #zipwires #moviemaking #Filmmaking #movie #film #moviemagic #paddingtonbear ❤️ #londonlife pic.twitter.com/b9hjfgMmcJ — Dainesie Girl 🐝 (@DebDaines) November 9, 2016 For anyone around #London #LittleVenice you might find this guy being filmed […]

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Some pics from Twitter

Earlier this week several of my pictures did the rounds on Twitter. Here they are! Tweets are by @MaidaValeNews and me (via @LondonCanals) LittleVenice at night well to be more exact #Halloween #picturesque can you spot #SantaClaus Upper Window if not check it out pic.twitter.com/f2qQUMELq4 — MaidaValeMuse (@MaidaValeNews) November 2, 2016 Pic taken with Canon 7D & Canon 17-85 f/4-5.6 #LittleVenice before […]

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Quietway for Paddington – Little Venice – West Drayton

Quietways are in the pipeline for London’s canals. Consultation on the section from Camden to Little Venice has already been undertaken. I do not know when this will be introduced or what the next steps are for this. The next stage towards West Drayton is now coming up for planning and introduction. Canal & River Trust propose to hold a series […]

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Surrey Iron Railway pages added

The Surrey Iron Railway pages have now been added. This,with the McMurrays canal feature, covers the history and route of one of the earliest public railways between the River Thames and Croydon. SiR 1 – McMurrays Canal SiR 2 – Surrey Iron Railway SiR 3 – Through Wandsworth SiR 4 – Wandsworth to Earlsfield SiR 5 – Summerstown to New […]

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Olympic legacy killing London’s creative culture

The Olympic legacy is killing London’s creative culture. This article discusses how the 2012 legacy’s screwing artists based along the Lee Navigation at Fish Island. Clearly the gentrification disease continues to spread througout London’s waterways. Prices are pushing out many of London’s creative artists with some saying they will have to relcate to different parts of England or even venture […]

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London Canals update 17 August 2016

The list of updated pages is as follows. All these are on www.londoncanals.uk. Those that are not still can be found at www.londoncanals.co.uk Archive pictures of the London Canals [1 page] Archive – Recent old pictures of the London Canals Attractions/Buildings near the London Canals [11 pages] Abbey – The famous road, crossing, studios & The Beatles Bayswater – Shops […]

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Bow Back Rivers & other ‘lost’ features

London Canals’ previous features covered the Bow Backs, the navigable Molember river (pic shown below), The Stort, Waltham Abbey’s canal system, the New River, plus the many cuts off the Lee Navigation, leaflets on the Lee/Lea, the Grand Union Canal, London’s canal waterbuses, etc. There were regular features too – one covered news items on London’s canals and another the […]

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London Canals update August 2016

Updates to the London Canals website are underway. Its being morphed from a plain website to wordpress which will consist of original London Canals website features plus blog posts. The blog posts from elsewhere (including the old London Canals wordpress blog) are included in the new site. For a full list of the features from the London Canals website simply […]

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