After another storm it was another trip to Sharpness to check on Wye Invader Two, after a bit of mopping out, a walk around Sharpness in 30mph winds showed the Severn ‘White Topping’ - not a day to be out on the River Severn!
Part two of our Autumn run from Gloucester Docks to Sharpness with narrowboat Wye Invader Two in the first week of November 2019, filmed in real time. Part 2 is the 1 hour and 44 minutes from Saul Junction to Sharpness dock.
An Autumn run from Gloucester Docks to Sharpness with narrowboat Wye Invader Two the first week of November 2019, filmed in real time. Part 1 is the 1 hour and 53 minutes to Saul Junction with a "handbrake turn" to fill up with fuel. The Gloucester and Sharpness canal was the longest, widest and deepest canal in the world when it was opened in 1827.
Not quite a video, more of an experiment! When the crew decided to take Wye Invader Two to Stourport recently, it was suggested they send back photos as they travelled and have an almost live commentary going on Facebook - This is the result as it appeared on Facebook.