Author: James Weir

WAPPENSHALL BRIDGE No 13

WAPPENSHALL BRIDGE No 13

Wappenshall Bridge No 13 was originally a road bridge on the Trench Arm of the Shrewsbury and Newport Canals. The canal flowed under this bridge, past Wharf House, and into the West Basin at...

HISTORIC BOATS COMPLETE FIRST STAGE OF JOURNEY TO THEIR NEW HOME.

HISTORIC BOATS COMPLETE FIRST STAGE OF JOURNEY TO THEIR NEW HOME.

The pair of historic working boats donated to the Shrewsbury and Newport Canal Trust have just completed the first stage of their journey from the Grand Union Canal in Northamptonshire to the Shropshire Union...

WAPPENSHALL OWL AND BAT HOMES.

WAPPENSHALL OWL AND BAT HOMES.

A video of the Owl and Bat Boxes in the roof space of the Transshipment Warehouse at Wappenshall Wharf.  Please follow this link. https://youtu.be/lzu1JjO6YlQ

Berwick Wharf revisited.

Berwick Wharf revisited.

Dave Peters, a member of the Shrewsbury Support Group took these two photos last week of the site at Berwick Wharf. Members from SNCT groups worked alongside volunteers of London WRGies over a weekend...

TICKETHOUSE LOCK GETS A SPRING CLEAN

TICKETHOUSE LOCK GETS A SPRING CLEAN

After a busy Saturday by the Newport Support Group, member Dave Jones recently spent another couple of days de-weeding and generally tidying up the Lock outside the Tickethouse in Newport.  Thanks for the work...

WAPPENSHALL OWL AND BAT BOXES.

WAPPENSHALL OWL AND BAT BOXES.

Please follow this link (link) to see time lapse photography of our volunteers constructing an owl box and bat box in the roof space of the Transshipment Warehouse at Wappenshall Junction, the home of...