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Fossdyke & Witham Navigation


Bardney to Boston and the Wash - Map 2 of 2

National Cycle Route 1


  Bardney to Boston Map 1 of 2



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 National Cycle Route 1  




Sculptures & Images along "The Water Rail Way"


2. SUN DIAL by Peter Nicholson

This simple yet majestic sun dial by the South Delph accurately and quietly tells the time.


3. MOSAIC WHEEL by Washingborough Mosaic Group

Created by Washingborough Mosaic Group as part of their new arts and heritage trail that features several mosaic and cast metal artworks celebrating the area's history.


4. LINCOLN RED CATTLE by Sally Matthews

"The main reason for making cows at Washborough was the traditional Lincoln Red cattle, its beautiful deep red colour and sculptural form, but also the nature of the path being between two waterways as the river bank is, in my mind, romantically linked to idling cows" Sally M.


5. LADY OF SHALOTT by Anwick Forge

Anwick Forge designed and produced the sheaves of barley that form this 4.5 metre high elegant and imposing staggered arch from tapered and curved mild steel tubing. The very contemporary bright matt silver finish was achieved by dipping the piece in molten zinc, which will soften - or even "ripen" - subtly and attractively over time to a dove-grey. 


6. PIKE by Nigel Sardeson

"The River Witham here produces some huge pike. I was fortunate to find a lovely big oak log that enabled me to carve a fish big enough for children to climb in to the mouth and out of the gills or climb on to. I engraved in to it a line from Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem "The Brook": "I slip, I slide, I glance, I gloom" that evokes the image of a predatory pike lurking in the shadows." Nigel S.


Bardney Lock

Above Bardney Lock

Moorings at Bardney Lock