Journey North: Cambridge – Bollington (via London and the BCN)

553 miles, 449 locks

After a wet morning boating through Macclesfield we finally made it home! 

Here’s Willow on our new mooring at Bollington Wharf. 

Please do stop by for all your boating requirements (coal, diesel, gas, oils, pump out, elsan, water plus boat maintenance and repair, steelwork, emergency call outs) or just to say hi! 

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8 thoughts on “Journey North: Cambridge – Bollington (via London and the BCN)

  1. Just compared your trip stats with ours and we have done just one mile less and four locks less. Pretty spooky! You just did it in several weeks less than us and we are still on the Thames.
    Enjoy your new home. We hope to be passing in July.

  2. Dad (Kevin)

    Hope to make it to Bollington some time soon

  3. Bartram, Andrew

    Coming across the Channel at 10/12 knots.

    12 hours from Guernsey to the Exe and no locks

    Popps xxx

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  4. Looking forward to doing just that the next time we’re up north …

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