Netham (in Bristol) and Glastonbury don’t really have anything in common, except that they shared a film in my Canon T90. At Netham there is a lock and a weir, and further upstream, there is Brunel’s Avon Bridge. The bridge is a Grade I listed building but unfortunately it has a steel-frame bridge built alongside it on […]Read more "Netham and Glastonbury"
Recently I went for a walk along the River Avon in a part of Bristol called Crew’s Hole. I walked past the place where the river splits into the Feeder canal. The canal is protected by Netham Lock which joins up with Bristol’s floating harbour, while the river goes on ahead to flow over Netham weir. […]Read more "Crew’s Hole and Feeder Weir"