On Sunday, taking full advantage of a dry day with good light, we went for a walk along the Grand Union Canal at Bulbourne in Hertfordshire. The Grand Union Canal starts at Brentford in West London and finishes up some 137 miles north in Birmingham.
The image above is of an old workshop building used to manufacture lock gates. In 1988 the building was transformed into a metal forge producing metal art.
This is Marsworth Reservoir constructed to provide water to the canal during dry periods. It is now a wonderful nature reserve.
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