The capital city's waterways

Regent's Cumberland Turn to Pirate Castle

Regent's Cumberland Turn to Pirate Castle
Towpath walkers and a waterbus at St Marks Gate bridge, near the junction from which the old Cumberland Arm began

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At the end of the Regents Park section boats turn sharp left for Camden Town. The canal once went straight on to Cumberland Basin near Great Portland Street

Regent's Cumberland Turn to Pirate Castle
A close up of the Feng Shang Chinese restaurant. This unusual style floating eatery is top heavy and is actually held stable by the footbridge.

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Jenny Wren at Waters Meeting Bridge (Prince Albert Road)

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My Fair Lady at Regents Park Road bridge. Marcus is steering it. He has been working on the canals since his first days on Tarporley in the 1980’s. Previous captains of My Fair Lady include John Polley.

Regent's Cumberland Turn to Pirate Castle
Walkers admiring Bognor and her butty at Camden visitor moorings.

Regent's Cumberland Turn to Pirate Castle
Camden Visitor Moorings Information Board

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Plaque at Camden Visitor Moorings about one of the many horse ramps found on the canal

Regent's Cumberland Turn to Pirate Castle
Prince Regent at Gloucester Avenue bridge

Regent's Cumberland Turn to Pirate Castle
Pirate Club at Camden. The best attraction in this part of the world is the large Morrisons supermarket.

Next: Camden to St Pancras

Regent’s Canal pages: Little Venice-Maida Hill / Maida Hill-London Zoo / Cumberland Turn-Pirate Castle / Camden-St Pancras / King’s Cross-Acton’s Lock / Mare Street-Limehouse

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