Gosh, it’s windy up here!
Barney & I are having a stroll around Fishbourne and the upper reaches of Chichester Harbour, while Tina is looking at the nearby Roman Palace.
Another excellent pub. Good food, good beer and dogs welcome. Tempting to move to West Sussex…
And just a short walk from the museum.
We’re spending the day here – all industry and technology (old & new) and stuff.
Barney is bored but well behaved and admired by most.
Just had a demonstration of a linotype typesetting machine, which was fascinating.
Or will be one day.
Work is due to start on rebuilding this lock next year.
Not quite the scale of other canal aqueducts, but impressive for a volunteer built structure in 2002
We are having a stroll along the towpath of a restored section of this canal. This is a very unusual lock
If you look very closely at the water levels, you can see that the main section of the lock is too low – this is because the pound above has been lowered by 6 feet, so when they rebuilt the lock, they lowered the main lock section and saved a few stones.
Barney got rather bored, despite being allowed in most of the buildings.
A fascinating collection of old buildings relocated to lovely parkland north of Chichester.
One house came from North Cray, so it has some local relevance for us.
Camera crews are wandering about filming bits of it for a TV programme.
And the sun is shining…
Yet another good meal in a dog friendly pub.
As a bonus, it’s finally stopped raining – hopefully for the rest of the day…