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Waiting below Isleham Lock as a cruiser locked through...

 

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... and Rosie cooled off.

 

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Above Isleham Lock, the River becomes narrower, faster flowing and windier.

 

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Approaching Judes Ferry where we winded in the entrance to an arm used for moorings, although the guide book gave the maximum length for turning as 13.7m.

 

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Back on the Ouse we spent the night at Littleport where this sensible advice allows best use to be made of limited mooring space.

 

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Pippa steers on her own.

 

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Another example of the effects of settltement near the junction with Brandon Creek.

 

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Waterways for Youth! These lads were enjoying themselves as we came back up river through Littleport.

 

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A well known landmark seen from the river.

 

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Some curious visitors as we tied up in the middle of nowhere on the Old West River.

 

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Approaching St Ives Lock ...

 

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... the first we had encountered with a layby in the chamber.

 

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St Ives Bridge.

 

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Entering St Neots Lock under the narrow low bridge.

 

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There are proposals to widen the lock as part of the redevelopment of the adjacent disused paper mill site.

 

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Cooling off!

 

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Where's the way out? Roxton Lock.

 

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Its not much clearer where the way in is for downstream craft.

 

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Entrance to the old lock above Great Barford.

 

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George heads forward ...

 

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