The weather didn’t quite hold out and we had a few showers to start our day, but brightened by the time we hit the locks going into Stratford on Avon. The last lock was tight with a boat moored just outside the lock and a boat waiting to enter the lock, we squeezed by and through the narrow bridge to bring us into Bancroft Basin. Luckily we found moorings and had a very enjoyable two days doing the tourist sights of Stratford on Avon. Found the chandlery very helpful, purchased a lockable diesel cap and got our license for the river Avon.
William Shakespeare’s birthplace
The Tramway bridge, 1826
The tight entrance to the Stratford Canal
Every space now taken