A beautiful amble along the Monty at lower Frankton today with camera at hand on a stunning April afternoon, a little bit of a explore on Weston Arm of the canal which was a section of canal branching of the Montgomery canal, it was never completed and its intention was to link the Monty (Montgomery canal) to Shrewsbury.
A short walk but we managed a lot of photography along the way with a mixture of nature,
landscape with a hind of the industrial revolution thrown in.
Lower Frankton is the start of the Monty on its 35 mile journey to Newtown, the Monty is linked to the Llangollen canal on T junction and marked by a simple finger post.
As the Monty heads its way to Newtown it drops down a impressive step flight of four locks and a very well restored lockkeepers hut.
Please enjoy my Photography from today and please feel free to comment, share or just ask a question