Thursday, June 27, 2013

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

New waterways map!

I've finally got around to transferring my Canal Tube Map into the right format for the graphics program i use nowadays (Photoshop) and while doing so i decided to update it. So proudly presenting version 3.0 of the map which is now a Canal and Navigable River Map.

I first created it a number of years ago, seeking to create a Birmingham Canal Navigations map in the style of the London Tube Map, over time the map has expanded to include canals like the Stratford-upon-Avon and navigable rivers. The style has also deviated from the London tube map somewhat.

Version 3.0 has the following updates:
  • New font for titles, no reason for changing really apart from the fact i really like the typewriter font now used!
  • Amends to a number of canals including Titford and W&E.
  • Rivers now more clearly shown
  • A few extra places shown
I hope you find it useful or at least mildly diverting...

Sherborne Wharf

Big mooring area here.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Aqueducts (7) : Yarningale Aqueduct

The shortest of the three cast-iron aqueducts on the Stratford-upon-Avon Canal. It carries the canal over a small stream near Claverdon.

Friday, June 7, 2013

Wootton Wawen to Yarningale Aqueduct

The Stratford-upon-Avon Canal has 3 cast-iron aqueducts. Two of which, the Edstone and the Wootton Wawen i have visited before but yesterday i walked up from Wootton Wawen to the third aqueduct, Yarningale. A great canal walk too in beautiful weather, the scenery in that part of the world is hard to beat to be honest. You can see the photos i took here.




Wednesday, June 5, 2013