30 March 2017 | 10 °C

Stunning London Waterways

Stunning London Waterways

Once watery motorways — essential for transporting everything from ice to fish to gunpowder — London's canals are now more relaxed thoroughfares. That's not to say they're not interesting — in fact they're often bustling with activity.

Late afternoon on the Regent's Canal
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Waterfowl and a floating restaurant near London Zoo
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Sun, water, boat, people at Blowup Bridge
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Navigating Camden Lock
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Just chilling in Little Venice
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The canal at Islington
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Sunny day
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Old gasholder awaiting a revamp at St Pancras
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Skies over Little Venice
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Spring on the canal
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Little Venice, beautiful despite the algae
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We wouldn't mind living here
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Hackney Wick street art
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Bridge reflections
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Reflections on the Regent's Canal
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Head to head
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Fun at Camden Lock
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The top of Regent's Park
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Towpath graffiti
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Autumn on the Regent's Canal
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Rainbow over the Lea Navigation
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Chugging through the algae
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Canal-side living near Kentish Town
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A modern bridge over the Regent's Canal
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Autumnal shot
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Regent's Canal near Regent's Park
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Along the towpath
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Backyard bliss
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Riverside buildings
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Modern flats near York Way
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Shadows under a bridge
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An Islington canal scene
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Full steam ahead
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A beautiful house on Regent's Canal
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Little Venice bridge
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Angles of Paddington basin
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Angel bridge
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Camden Markets
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Last Updated 22 February 2017