Approaching the village of Moore.
Cottages in the grounds of Moore Hall.
Curious canalside outbuilding in the grounds of Moore Hall.
The imposing tower of Daresbury Laboratories appears ahead. The laboratories began work in 1962 as Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory. The tower houses the MEIS (Medium Energy Ion Scattering) facility.
Keckwick Bridge, from which it is a half mile walk up the lane to the village of Daresbury, birthplace of Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson). A slightly longer but more picturesque walk to the village, up through the woods, can be made starting from the next bridge.
Canalside terrace at Daresbury Laboratories.
George Gleave's Bridge.
Across the valley Norton Water Tower is on the skyline. This Grade 2 Listed building dates from 1888 and is part of the system that brings water from Lake Vrynwy in Wales to Liverpool.
Looking back towards the tower of Daresbury Laboratories.