While staying up too late writing last night's post, and reading on CWDF about Fairstar, a 1939 wooden cruiser - one of the Dunkirk Little Ships - currently sitting on the bottom of the Thames, I was disturbed by a helicopter flying low overhead and not going away. This was at about 0115 (yes, I know). After it hadn't gone away for some time I looked out of the window and saw a lot of flashing blue lights on the other side of the cut.
website that a woman who had apparently fallen in was being rescued.
At a more civilised time in the morning we went to Newark Evangelical Church, then we carried on our way. Just the other side of the bridge is Newark Castle, reaching right down to the water.
Here is Shahjehan bearing down on us preparing to overtake.
Ellesmere Port Museum Tue 23 May 2017 - First an apology, last night I said we were moored above Northgate Bridge, it should have been Cow Lane bridge. As we were in town we went out to eat at ...
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