Wednesday, 17th October 2018

Walk: River Lune, Crook O’ Lune, Lune Aqueduct
Start Point: The Greyhound, Halton Grid Reference: SD 503 648 
Distance: 5.2 miles Ascent: 250 feet
Time: 2.75 hours
Weather: Sunny intervals with one heavy shower.
Comments:

23 people walked, plus another 5 who opted to do a shorter walk. There were lovely views of the river with reflections of the Autumn tree colours. People particularly liked the crossing over the aqueduct, with two cormorants visible on the river below. There was also a wild swimmer in the river above Halton.

A young lady swimming in the River Lune

Crook O Lune

A plaque depicting Halton Station in the days of Steam

Halton Station today

A reflection in the Lancaster Canal near to the Lune Aqueduct

An aqueduct carrying the Lancaster Canal over the River Lune

Old Pals

Leaving the River Lune where the new Bay Link road crosses the River Lune

A church at Halton

A “busy” signpost at Halton

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