Friday, 15 April 2016

Kidderminster to Cookley

The walk I shared with you the other day ended here in Kidderminster.

So for this walk we took the train to Kidderminster and walked through the town back to that point to start this walk.

It's hard to believe that this in the middle of the town



Along the canal we saw this sculpture of kingfishers carved out of a tree stump.





This was an interesting bridge and lock combined at Wolverley.

In Wolverley itself, there is an 18th century Italianate church on top of a hill which dwarfs the houses below.



This was another interesting building we saw in the village.

Some of these houses have rooms which have been carved out of the rockface.

We went back to the canal where we stopped at the pub for lunch.

We continued our walk along the canal to Cookley.





At the entrance to the tunnel we walked up the path to the road where we got a bus back to Kidderminster and the train home.  This walk had only been 6.17 miles.

Thanks for stopping by.
Bernice


3 comments:

  1. These canal walks look like lovely quiet adventures.

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  2. Your photos are always so lovely. What a beautiful place to explore.

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  3. Thank you for taking us on your walk. I so love revisiting England through your pictures

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