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2011 - The Regents Canal Walk from Stepney to Camden- photos & itinerary from Carol

 The Half Moon Pub, Stepney Green – The Starting Point of the Walk – after breakfast, of course and the garden of The Half Moon

Ready to go – The ‘Gangs’ all here and The start of the canal at Mile End (below)

More pictures in the picture gallery below

Mile End Lock and Some of the modern artwork along the canal at Mile End

The garden’s design at Mile End and some of the History of Regent’s Canal

First stop – The Palm Tree & The ‘Wetlands Nature Reserve’

More modern artwork and The Hertford Cut to Lee Valley

Lock gates in action + The entrance to Victoria Park, Hackney

An extra ‘WOLF’ along the way Bridge name and number [through the graffiti]

A  ’Wind in the Willows’ look plus bench  & ‘The Dove’ at  Broadway Market

Acton’s Lock and a friendly character along the way

Local people??? with Modern development

The Rosemary Branch – this place actually served the pints in JUGS!!

A  view along the canal but now a diversion to the Wenlock Arms was called for.

A very short walk took us to The Narrow Boat, Islington + Wharf Road Bridge – approx halfway along the journey

Old wharf cranes and one of the picturesque locks on the canal

Islington Tunnel warning notice & the entrance to The Islington Tunnel

Follow the plaques along the route of the tunnel – we stopped at The Glasshouse [Wetherspoons] for lunch, but the reflection of the sun prevented a photo being taken. (here’s what it looks like)

The end of the Islington Tunnel [or is it the beginning] BEWARE OF THE BULL

Maiden Lane Bridge history Downstream end of St Pancras Lock

St Pancras Lock The Constitution, St Pancras Way

We entered The Constitution through the low back entrance Last pint of the day

The Oxford Arms – our last watering hole Camden Lock at night

Thanks again to Carol Randall for the excellent narrative in pictures

 Ready to go – The ‘Gangs’ all here and The start of the canal at Mile End (below)

Picture Gallery