Waterway & Railway, Random Walks & Other Explorations
This is the index page to a variety of walks and explorations some, but not all, of which may be available by other links on this site. They are grouped into 'Waterway', 'Railway' and 'Other Explorations' categories - although some areas of each may obviously fit into other groups!
Ashby Canal (derelict & restored sections)
(and Tramways & Railways)
The Caldon Canal at Endon - a exploration and investigation of previous routes of this canal branch in Staffordshire
The Charnwood Forest Canal (and Tramways & Railway)
The Chesterfield Canal (west of Norwood Tunnel)
The Derby Canal
The Glastonbury Canal (and Somerset & Dorset Railway)
The Nutbrook Canal - a branch canal of the Erewash Canal in Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire.
The Regents Canal Towpath Walk (1975 - 2Mb pdf) Using Firefox, this PDF doesn't always display correctly - you may need to use a different browser or right-click and download the file.
Ashby Canal Tramways (Ticknall, Dimminsdale etc)
(and derelict & restored canal sections)
The Aston on Trent Tramway (to the Trent & Mersey Canal)
The Belvoir Castle Tramway (and the Woolsthorpe Branch Railways)
The Charnwood Forest Railway and Tramway (and Canal)
'East Midlands Gateway' - a new rail link with construction photos + the site of the M&S railhead at Castle Donnington.
Faulds Crater - including the Scropton Tramway and the RAF Fauld Depot Railway.
The Gotham railways - including some tramways and the former GCR Gotham Branch.
The Isle of Man - railway walks (+coastal & inland).
The Kingston-on-Soar Railway - branch to West Leake and Gotham.
The Little Eaton Gangway from the Derby Canal towards Ripley.
The Somerset & Dorset Railway (and Glastonbury Canal)
The Wirral Way (Birkenhead Railway) - the former LNW & GW Joint Railway
|OTHER WALKS & EXPLORATIONS|
|The Isle of Man - coastal, inland and railway walks.||Wardlow Walks - rural walks in the Derbyshire Peak District.|
|Foremark Walks - rural walks in south Derbyshire including old halls and viking burial and camp sites.||The Derbyshire Portway - An ancient trackway, probably originating in the iron age.|