Participants: Just me
Where: Forth and Clyde Canal, Auchendavie to Bishopbriggs sections.
The start of the walk looking east- I was going west!
Utility pipe over canal:
At Hillhead Lock and bridge:
The next bridge was also modern, a pedestrian bridge over the canal at the marina:
After passing this I reached open country again. Another mile or so saw me the Glasgow Road bridge beside The Stables pub. No drink stop for me today as it was sadly closed at present under Covid restrictions. During the early 1,800's, the building was used as a stable for horses working the canal boats:
The view was a bit more open on the next stage to the Hungryside bridge and by diverting slightly off the path I could get views of the Campsie Fells:
Getting closer to the end of the walk at Cadder with it's bridge and impressive church. Thomas Muir was a church elder here:
Here, I wasn't too far from the main road and the bus home. The whole section is a walk of about 5 miles.