The Lane was flooded yesterday and clearly, the water froze overnight. However, by this afternoon the road was clear again. This was the scene about 1.30pm today:-
But as you can see the water in the deep ditch is still very high. I had noticed how high it was last Monday but also saw an excavator seemingly trying to clear it then. I’m guessing a blockage in the drainage system is the cause?
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Autumn has arrived and the nights are closing in so here are a couple of shots (taken in Jan’ 2013) of the Leeds Liverpool Canal through Lydiate after a light snowfall and in icy conditions.
You can just feel the cold looking at these shots.
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Britain braced for snow
Liverpool Road North, Maghull – December 2010
Forecasters have warned that Britain could be hit with eight inches of snow that could bring travel chaos for motorists on Monday morning. The Met Office said that a bitter Arctic blast will sweep in from northern Europe late on Sunday with the potential to bring huge parts of the country to a standstill. Scotland, upland areas of northern England and the Welsh mountains will bear the brunt of the weather, which could last well into next week. Councils across Britain have already started sending out the gritting lorries as temperatures drop.
Maghull – Icicles December 2010
Poor old Sefton Council got a real hammering for not being able to cope with that spell of ice and snow. Surely it must be better prepared should it happen again………?