Saturday, 27 July 2019

WW2 Wrens.

A lot cooler for today's cruise, a short stop at Wallingford before continuing to Goring.
11miles, 3 locks, 3hours.

The village and river are in the Goring gap which separates the Berkshire Downs and the Chiltern hills.

The river here forms the county border between Berkshire and Oxfordshire.


Wallingford bridge.





Lockkeeper is getting Goring lock ready for FL.
St. Thomas' church.bell tower.


The revamped Swan at Streatley


While at Goring we had an enjoyable evening at a performance of 'All Hands on Deck' by the Mikron Theatre company. A versatile cast of four told the story of two WW2 wrens.


The performance was adjacent to the lock.


Bring a chair,
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Days Lock 1908 



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Goring Lock 1905  (Postcard)

Today at Goring Lock. 
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