Pete's Montgomery Canal Photo-site.
Maesbury Marsh to Redwith (Section4.Page2).
This section is now in water and connected to the network but boats are not yet allowed access as the restoration is to be given time to mature.
(12) Gronwen Bridge.
(Bridge No. 82).
Gronwen Bridge seen from the Redwith side.
This is the current limit of navigation from the main network.  
(13) Gronwen.

Looking back from the Redwith side towards the Gronwen Bridge.
New reeds have been planted in ‘pockets’ on the off-side.
(14) Gronwen.
Looking towards Morton Farm .
(15) Gronwen.

Nearer to Morton Farm. The new bank and tow-path have yet to mature .
(16) Gronwen.

Looking back towards Gronwen and the area of the previous photo. A new stop valve is evident by the side of the tow-path.
(17)  Morton Farm.
The new Morton Farm Lift Bridge. (No 82a).
Constructed to enable the passage of farm animals and equipment across the newly restored canal.
Boaters, please note that the mooring bollards  have in this case been installed on the correct side of the bridge.
(18)  Morton Farm.
Seen from the Redwith side
The old wharf walls have been tastefully rebuilt in stone and house a private mooring .
(19) On the Western side of Morton Farm.

Looking towards Redwith.
A private drive from a minor road runs along side the canal.
Walkers, note the beautiful new tow-path surface.
(20) Nearer to Redwith  and the  B4396  Llyncly to Knockin Road.
The new tow-path is already proving very popular with walkers.
(21)Redwith Road bridge
( Bridge No.83 ).
Showing the towpath passing under the B4396 Llynclys to Knockin road. This is the current limit of the re-watered section.
A clay dam and stop planks hold back the water.
(22) Redwith Bridge (Number 83).
This photo was taken before the  latest restoration work.
Looking South from under the new road bridge. A clear view of its concrete sectioned construction can be seen. A small wharf used to exist to the right of the canal at this point.
(23) Redwith Bridge.
Looking back over the latest restored canal section
Morton farm and its new lift bridge can just bee seen in the distance.
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