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Monday 27 February 2012

Restriction: Between Vernons Lane Bridge 22 and Tuttle Hill Bridge 23

Remember the other day I told you about a burnt out sunken boat. Well today I got an e-mail from British Waterways on the sunken boat.

Hi Jo

We are aware of this and there is a restriction posted on waterscape see below

Restriction: Between Vernons Lane Bridge 22 and Tuttle Hill Bridge 23

05 Jan 2012 until further notice

Associated Regional Office: Central Shires Waterways

Navigation is restricted due to a sunken craft which has drifted into the channel. The boat is approximately 300yards on the Coventry side of Bridge 23. Navigation is available towards the offside.

British Waterways are pursuing the owner to remove the craft as soon as possible and BW will continue to monitor the craft location to ensure navigation is maintained.

British Waterways apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

(Enquiries: 01827 252000)

The plastic orange buoys are there to warn traffic of the obstruction. We are in process of trying to get the owner of this boat to retrieve it but failing this BW will be recovering the boat sometime during March.


Liz Gibbs

Central Shires Waterway

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