REGENT’S CANAL LONDON Stroll incl. Little Venice, Camden Lock, King’s Cross and Paddington Basin





A first-particular person standpoint London walk tour along the Regent’s Canal Towpath, starting up at Paddington Basin, then to Little Venice, Regent’s Park, Camden Lock, and ending by Battlebridge Basin at King’s Cross.

Filmed in July 2018, on a Sunday.

The tour route is made up of:
00:00 Merchant Square, Paddington Basin
07:23 Little Venice, Grand Union Canal
09:19 Sheldon Square
10:27 Paddington Central
13:fifty one ‘Browning’s Pool’, Little Venice, Grand Union Canal
sixteen:fifty two Grand Union Canal – Paddington Arm
21:10 Westbourne Terrace Highway
21:50 Little Venice, Grand Union Canal
23:54 Little Venice, Regent’s Canal
24:36 Blomfield Highway (remaining towpath as non-public moorings)
27:32 Edgware Highway
27:48 Aberdeen Position
thirty:18 Regent’s Canal
32:03 Lisson Grove
32:29 Regent’s Canal – entrance to towpath
37:54 Regent’s Canal – beneath Bridge Highway
38:03 Regent’s Canal – inside of Regent’s Park
43:40 Regent’s Canal – beneath Macclesfield Bridge
fifty one:07 Regent’s Canal – beneath The Wide Stroll bridge
53:03 Regent’s Canal – beneath Regent’s Park Highway bridge
55:33 Regent’s Canal – beneath Gloucester Avenue bridge
fifty seven:38 Regent’s Canal – beneath Oval Highway bridge
fifty seven:fifty seven Camden Lock space of Regent’s Canal
01:02:53 Camden Superior Street
01:04:48 Hawley Crescent
01:06:11 Kentish Town Highway
01:06:fifty seven Regent’s Canal – rejoined from Kentish Town highway
01:08:21 Regent’s Canal – beneath Camden Street bridge
01:09:15 Regent’s Canal – beneath Camden Highway bridge
01:10:sixteen Lawfords Wharf – Regent’s Canal
01:09:15 Regent’s Canal – beneath Royal Faculty Street bridge
01:12:22 Regent’s Canal – beneath St Pancras Way bridge
01:seventeen:53 Regent’s Canal – beneath Camley Street bridge
01:19:01 Gasoline Holder Park, King’s Cross
01:23:55 Regent’s Canal – Granary Square
01:26:39 Regent’s Canal – beneath York Way bridge
01:27:43 Battlebridge Basin – Regent’s Canal

Sights found along the tour contain:
00:48 Floating Pocket Park
02:00 The Enthusiast Bridge
03:24 GoBoat London
03:fifty eight The Rolling Bridge
04:01 Lively 360
05:06 Paddington Basin Footbridge
06:56, 07:43 Brunel Building
08:10 Paddington Station entrance
08:22 Darcie & May Environmentally friendly – Australian restaurant
09:32 London Shell Co.
10:32 Sheldon Square Amphitheatre
11:31 ‘Two figures’ sculpture by Sean Henry
11:forty two ‘Colour Transfer’ by artist Liz West – underside of Paddington Central’s Westway Bridge
15:03, 22:47 Robert Browning’s Island
15:forty nine Waterside Cafe
sixteen:14 Waterside Kiosk
18:37 The Summerhouse – seafood restaurant
twenty:forty two Jason’s Excursion Little Venice
27:18 Cafe Laville – restaurant
40:14 Jenny Wren Canal Cruises
47:twenty ZSL London Zoo Snowdon Aviary
fifty one:47 Feng Shang Princess – Chinese restaurant
fifty two:41 St Mark’s Church
fifty seven:04 The Pirate Castle – boat seek the services of
01:02:00 Hampstead Highway Locks
01:19:01 Gasoline Holder Park
01:twenty:seventeen St Pancras Lock
01:23:55 Steps down from Granary Square – folks looking at Wimbledon and making the most of the sunshine
01:25:34 Term On The Water – e book store boat

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  1. If you enjoy this channel please support it, if you can, by buying me a Coffee/Frappuccino: https://www.ko-fi.com/watchedwalker – all this walking is thirsty work! x

    The tour route consists of:
    00:00 Merchant Square, Paddington Basin
    07:23 Little Venice, Grand Union Canal
    09:19 Sheldon Square
    10:27 Paddington Central
    13:51 ‘Browning’s Pool’, Little Venice, Grand Union Canal
    16:52 Grand Union Canal – Paddington Arm
    21:10 Westbourne Terrace Road
    21:50 Little Venice, Grand Union Canal
    23:54 Little Venice, Regent’s Canal
    24:36 Blomfield Road (left towpath as private moorings)
    27:32 Edgware Road
    27:48 Aberdeen Place
    30:18 Regent's Canal
    32:03 Lisson Grove
    32:29 Regent's Canal – entrance to towpath
    37:54 Regent’s Canal – under Bridge Road
    38:03 Regent's Canal – within Regent's Park
    43:40 Regent's Canal – under Macclesfield Bridge
    51:07 Regent's Canal – under The Broad Walk bridge
    53:03 Regent's Canal – under Regent's Park Road bridge
    55:33 Regent's Canal – under Gloucester Avenue bridge
    57:38 Regent's Canal – under Oval Road bridge
    57:57 Camden Lock area of Regent's Canal
    01:02:53 Camden High Street
    01:04:48 Hawley Crescent
    01:06:11 Kentish Town Road
    01:06:57 Regent's Canal – rejoined from Kentish Town road
    01:08:21 Regent's Canal – under Camden Street bridge
    01:09:15 Regent's Canal – under Camden Road bridge
    01:10:16 Lawfords Wharf – Regent’s Canal
    01:09:15 Regent's Canal – under Royal College Street bridge
    01:12:22 Regent's Canal – under St Pancras Way bridge
    01:17:53 Regent's Canal – under Camley Street bridge
    01:19:01 Gas Holder Park, King's Cross
    01:23:55 Regent's Canal – Granary Square
    01:26:39 Regent's Canal – under York Way bridge
    01:27:43 Battlebridge Basin – Regent's Canal

    Sights seen along the tour include:
    00:48 Floating Pocket Park
    02:00 The Fan Bridge
    03:24 GoBoat London
    03:58 The Rolling Bridge
    04:01 Active 360
    05:06 Paddington Basin Footbridge
    06:56, 07:43 Brunel Building
    08:10 Paddington Station entrance
    08:22 Darcie & May Green – Australian restaurant
    09:32 London Shell Co.
    10:32 Sheldon Square Amphitheatre
    11:31 ‘Two figures’ sculpture by Sean Henry
    11:42 ‘Colour Transfer’ by artist Liz West – underside of Paddington Central’s Westway Bridge
    15:03, 22:47 Robert Browning’s Island
    15:49 Waterside Cafe
    16:14 Waterside Kiosk
    18:37 The Summerhouse – seafood restaurant
    20:42 Jason's Trip Little Venice
    27:18 Cafe Laville – restaurant
    40:14 Jenny Wren Canal Cruises
    47:20 ZSL London Zoo Snowdon Aviary
    51:47 Feng Shang Princess – Chinese restaurant
    52:41 St Mark’s Church
    57:04 The Pirate Castle – boat hire
    01:02:00 Hampstead Road Locks
    01:19:01 Gas Holder Park
    01:20:17 St Pancras Lock
    01:23:55 Steps down from Granary Square – people watching Wimbledon and enjoying the sunshine
    01:25:34 Word On The Water – book shop boat

  2. After the first 12 or so minutes I spotted Little Venice, haven't been there in too many years…from that point on I added the tap of my cane to the squelch of your shoes and went with you to the end. Thanks W.W. loved it..really spaced out..

  3. I do so enjoy watching your HD videos in 1080p, it's like I'm really there – sometimes when there's a bug flying around your camera, I think it's real and here in front of my monitor and I try to swat it away LOL but anyway, this is quite a long walk! From Paddington to King's Cross, what is that like 2 miles? Burning some serious calories there! LOL

  4. An epic walk today sweetie, WOW! It is simply astounding to think that there are all those waterways in London, and all those walkways and all THOSE PEOPLE everywhere! geeze! Incredible city, incredibly beauty with all the sumptuous green trees still bright and green even in summer. Some of those high class homes were astounding, thank you so much for taking us along, I really enjoyed seeing sights I have never seen before….fantastic effort 🙂

  5. Strolling along the waterfront yeilds interesting architecture and surrounding landscape. Not choking with throngs of shoppers and noisy traffic

  6. London sure does look pretty during summer… its already the most visited city in Europe every year despite its terrible gloomy weather, image how many more visitors it would get, if it actually had good weather all year round

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