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Who Pulled the Plug?

I posted these pix over on Ian's sister site and thought they deserved to be posted here too.

Who pulled the plug (again)


Empty Lock (section)


Replacing Lock Gates


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Re: Who Pulled the Plug?

Not a sight you see every day, Barr1e.

Surprised at how shallow the water is, looking at the river.

Really enjoyed the video. Very informative.
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Re: Who Pulled the Plug?

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Not a sight you see every day, Barr1e.

Surprised at how shallow the water is, looking at the river.

Really enjoyed the video. Very informative.

Being a canal for flat-bottomed barges, the depth doesn't need to be much


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Re: Who Pulled the Plug?

Ditto on the video
This was my pond at our old house after someone kicked off the filter return pipe when they were checking out garden sheds to raid

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Re: Who Pulled the Plug?

That's a sad sight, Rab.

Were all the goldfish ok ? Think that's what I can see at the rear of the pond ?
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That's a sad sight, Rab.

Were all the goldfish ok ? Think that's what I can see at the rear of the pond ?
Yes Garry, all the goldfish, Koi and tench were OK - slow fill from garden hose with some aquasafe squirted in every few hundred gallons.
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Re: Who Pulled the Plug?

There is always an end to a story.

Lock Gates Replaced and they look big, bold and beefy.

Olympus E-M1X coupled with 40-150 lens + 1.4 converter - A.mode - f7.1 - ev -0.7 - iso 200 etc

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Re: Who Pulled the Plug?

That looks well made, Barr1e. Should last a few good years.

Nice to see the end result.
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