Here are a few pictures from recent walks. On Friday I decided to walk all the way to Nantwich along the cut, which, at a relaxed pace, took just two hours. It was not a great day for photography, but was a pleasant outing.
At Barbridge Junction I turned left (east) towards Nantwich.
After another splendid lunch at the Red Cow I headed into town and was surprised to find an old fire engine pulling up just as I was about to cross the road.
According to UK Emergency Vehicles the appliance, built by Commer Karrier Gamecock served Cheshire Fire Brigade, was based at Nantwich, and is now a mobile wood-fired pizza oven.
A warning to shepherds maybe, but I am not one! I had planned another trip to Nantwich, this time by bus from Barbridge, but that still leaves a walk along the cut. The low sun added interest. Here are a few sights along the way.
And later …