Pennine Waterways
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The Voyage of Terry Waite's Clogs (3)
Over the Easter weekend, the clogs were on display in Standedge Visitor Centre. On 2nd April, they were transported through Standedge Tunnel. They were carried down the Diggle lock flight by by boat by members of the Saddleworth White Rose Society.

The clogs were on display at the Navigation Inn, Wool Road, at Brownhill Visitor Centre and Saddleworth Museum.

Right: The clogs are handed to Sue Day of the Horseboating Society by staff of Brownhill Visitor Centre, Dobcross.

staff of Brownhill Visitor Centre
Lime Kiln Lock Left: The wooden horseboat Maria, carrying the clogs, enters Lime Kiln Lock (Lock 23W) on the short journey to Uppermill.

Right: After being displayed at Saddleworth Museum, the clogs begin the last stage of their journey to Mossley, being sent off by the Uppermill Band.

Uppermill Band
Terry Waite at Roaches Lock Left: At Lock 15W, Roaches Lock, Terry Waite meets the boat. He is seen here with Bonny the Boathorse and members of the Horseboating Society.

Right: Terry prepares to board "Maria" for the last part of the journey, with Richard Darlington and Mossley Mayor, Roy Etchells.

Terry prepares to board
Terry Waite and guests on board Left: Maria leaves Roaches Lock (Lock 15W) with Terry Waite and guests on board.

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