belash_family (belash_family) wrote,

Жизнь на каналах

Shropshire Union Canal, England...  This was one of my favourite holidays By boat, travel narrow English canals built in the late 18th century.

Canal boat garden deck. I did a canal boat trip in England about 25 years ago.

Sunlight through the portholes by lovestruck., via Flickr

narrowboats, canal boats, barges and longboats on the canals and rivers of England and Wales.

Springtime on the Erewash Canal - Derbyshire - England

I can not explain just how much I want to have a barge holiday... It has been a childhood dream of mine to do this and I hope I will get the opportunity to do it.

Living on a boat is a dream that probably won't be fufilled anytime soon. In the meantime...

Snowy Day, Oxford, England

BOOK BARGE. The Floating Bookshop (2008) © 'Quilted/'s photostream' (Photographer. Leicestershire, ENGLAND) via flickr. Canal Boat. Used Bookshop. UK. Makes me wish I lived on this canal :-)

Canal boats - Andy Shore

Canal Boat

Dominique is a freelance 3D and Spacial Designer who wanted to create the ultimate floating home. Her aim is to tell the world that the canals of the UK can be a happy, fun loving and even designer chic alternative living space. The idea is to have a peaceful setting even inside the hustle and bustle of a big city.

What a lovely idea for a narrowboat. Though, getting down (literally) to the gardening might be a bit problematic.

Narrow boat on Central London Mooring I like the tile on the side of the counter

Living on a canal boat by Sharon Wheelock

Love this canal boat. Enjoyed a similar trip on the Canal du Petit Rhone.

Moon to Moon: The Houseboat of London Illustrator Tabby Booth

Norton Junction - Grand Union Canal, Northamptonshire, England Narrow Boat Albert: July 2008

Narrow boat on the canal in Regent's Park, London Emma bought the 1968 38ft Springer narrow boat three years ago after renting it for two years

How's this for a floating garden?

A canal boat along Regents Canal near Islington from the summer. Nature at work. The barge is cutting it's way throu a sea of pond weed floating on the surface

Expert leggers Daniel Jinks and Ernest Wood.    The two men demonstrate the process of 'legging' through Barnton Tunnel on the Trent and Mersey Canal. Early canal tunnels had no tow-paths, so to propel the boat through the tunnel two people had to lay on their backs on the boat, and push the boat along using their feet on wall of the tunnel. The Barnton Tunnel was over 500 yards long.

Shropshire Union Canal at Norbury Junction, Staffordshire, England, UK Monmouthshire Brecon Canal

Kennet and Avon Canal. Shot by the amazing photographer Bob Pease

Shropshire Union Canal, Great Britain

Misty morning on the Grand Union

Near Bathampton on the Kennet & Avon Canal

Canal Boat and Lock.. I'd love to go on one of these canal barge vacations.

'President' canal boat, I've seen this steam boat in the flesh, it's gorgeous! I'd happily live on a narrowboat :)

images Narrowboat

Canal Boats on the Shropshire Union Canal at Brewood, Staffordshire, England.

The Great Wall of Todmorden Yorkshire

16 Places You’ll Hardly Believe Are In The United Kingdom Middlewich Narrowboats

Late afternoon on the Trent and Mersey canal near Fradley Junction in Staffordshire, England.

Cat on narrowboat

Narrowboat Dog

Dutch Barge Voyager Widebeam Canal Boat Floor Plans | Aqualine

Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer -- Mrs Skinner prepares the evening meal in the cabin of her husband's canal boat during 1944. -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints canals

Retronaut - The Open Road  Britain in colour

love to be here

Canal cafe & bookshop, Hackney narrowboat.

our houseboat in Amsterdam -

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