Runcorn Quiz 14 – The answers

Where were the photos taken from???

Hello again people and pooches. Joe the Cocker here. This week we thought that as we walked around Runcorn my human would take photographs for you to try to identify where we were when we took them. As usual, its just for fun. Here are the answers. Hope you did well.

1 This photograph was taken from the Percival Lane gate into the path that follows the route of the Bridgewater Canal locks from Top Locks to the Manchester Ship Canal.

2 This photograph looking across the Ship Canal and River Mersey toward West Bank and the Mersey Gateway, was taken from the end of the Transporter runway at Ferry Hut, Mersey Road.

3 We were in Percival Lane looking into the open space on the right as you walk towards the Docks.

4 We were stood on the pathway heading from Waterloo Bridge towards the railway station. We were above the old slip road from the Weston Expressway to the Silver Jubilee Bridge.

5 This was taken from the exit of the underpass leading from Doctor’s Bridge under the rear of the old Empress Cinema.

6 We were about to pass under the Railway Bridge from the new Station Quarter towards Percival Lane, following the route of the old lock flight.

7 My human was leaning over Doctor’s Bridge looking at the steps from the canal

8 We had just passed The Decks, heading towards Irwell Lane

9 This photo was taken from Delph Bridge looking along the Bridgewater Canal and Halton Road.

10 The last one was taken from Irwell Lane across the footpath looking toward Fisher Street and Irwell House.

That’s the end of Joe the Cocker’s latest walk! Don’t forget, this week its about where we took the photo from. Below, just a pic of me! Till next time!


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