Phew, wot a scorcher!

 

  • Pancras lock 2
  • Pancras lock 4
  • Pancras lock 5
  • Silver lining
  • Kings Place 2
  • Heron 1
Heron 1

 

We all felt sincerely sorry for all those Londoners who travelled far this Easter to get a bit of sun only to find freak showers whilst here in KX we basked in it. The canal running behind KX St Pancras Stations was busier than for a long while as folk took the opportunity to get their walking boots, bikes, dogs and/or boats out for a bit of messing around on The Regent's. 

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. http://www.cookiewp.com She also manages King's Cross Community Projects http://www.kccp.org.uk
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One Response to Phew, wot a scorcher!

  1. Tobias Newland says:

    I took my bike and cycled slowly from the place where the Regent’s Canal crosses the Caledonian Road through Camden, Regent’s Park, Maida Vale, Little Venice, Westbourne Park, Kensal Town, Willesden, Harlesden, Park Royal, Alperton, Sudbury and Greenford. Here I stopped for a while in the Black Horse and had a coffee and a lime and soda in the pub garden. Afterwards I continued down to Southall and Hayes reaching Bulls Bridge which is just north of Heathrow Airport. Here I turned back towards central London still following the canal through Heston and Norwood to the Hanwell Locks near Ealing Hospital and onwards along the canal through Osterley and Brentford, from there I left the canal and returned via Chiswick High Road and Holland Park.

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