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Mystery photo challenge

A photo of a mystery location on the waterways will be featured in every IWA Bulletin. Send us your answer for the current mystery photo using the form below.

This is the upstream limit of navigation for large craft on which river? The pub on the right is The Anchor.

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Question: Seen in France in 2010, which English canal was this boat built to operate on?

Answer: Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The boat is Short Boat DARWEN, built in 1952. Although converted for leisure use, the boat retains its original features at the stern, including the tiller, bollards, gear lever, throttle lever and engine room cabin. DARWEN has subsequently returned to the UK. Chris Clegg 29th Sept 2010 photo.

Correctly guessed by: Alan Dodds, Andrew McLaughlin, Andrew Perry, Andrew Lawton, Andrew Shipman, Colin Greenall, Ian Cleathero, James Bell, John Dodwell, Keith Barber, Ken Aylmer, Kenneth Nelson, Mel Tyerman, Mike Spick, Nick Grundy, Paul Lorenz, Rupert Smedley, Simon Judge, Sue O’Hare