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    A lock on the Severn waterway uses this marine railway to move boats across this difference in height of approx 60ft.
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    I find locks fascinating.

    It is interesting to see this one on rails and dry too.

    I wonder how vessels without a flat hull get on?
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    I have no idea how vessels without a flat hull use this. It's not a very busy time of year and obviously worse during this virus. This was the only boat I saw in the time I was there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post

    I wonder how vessels without a flat hull get on?
    Runmonty ... I figured out how vessels without a flat hull get on. If you see the yellow stripes on the sides in pics 4 and 5. These are slings that go under the boat.

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    OK - Thanks for the clarification - I get it now.
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