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Welcome to the Jannock Picture Gallery

Please browse through our collection of photographs, taken by various people during Jannock's travels. If any picture takes your fancy, clicking on the gallery thumbnail will open up a larger copy in a separate window. The text immediately below the picture gives a description and credits the photographer or artist.

Arun and the bunting supports
Arun (Terry Streeter's boat) complete with over engineered bunting supports that he just knocked up!
G Keens
Bridge 62 on the Shropshire Union
Bridge 62, Market Drayton on the Shropshire Union Canal.
Brenda Keens
Wonder Windlass
Working woman using her Wonder Windlass at Ellesmere Port Canal Museum
Brenda Keens
Simon's sunset photo
Sunset photograph taken by Simon
Simon Keens
A sunset on the Shropshire Union
A sunset taken on the Shropshire Union
Brenda Keens
Signwriting Forget Me Not
A lovely example of signwriting on nb. Forget Me Not
Brenda Keens
Oxford canal near Napton
An atmospheric shot of the Oxford canal between Napton and Marston Doles
© Andy Malbon
Oxford canal near Napton
Another shot of the Oxford south of Napton
© Andy Malbon
Jannock leaving Shenfield lock
Jannock leaves Shenfield lock with Matt at the helm
Graham Keens
The Oxford canal south of Napton
Another moody shot taken by Andy between Napton and Marston Doles
©Andy Malbon
President & butty
President and butty on the Staffs & Worcester en route to Worcester for the 1999 IWA Festival
Brenda Keens
A day out boating
We shared a Thames lock with this boat and crew during summer 2001
Brenda Keens
Oxford canal at Cropredy
Cropredy bridge viewed from the south during winter
Brenda Keens
Reflected Trees
Another shot of the Oxford canal's reflected trees
© Andy Malbon
An Octobers morning
Following another boat on an October morning on the Trent and Mersey canal
Brenda Keens

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