Unlicensed on the Regent's

Published: Wednesday, 14 July 2010

THOUGH British Waterways boasts of its clearance of unlicensed boats and those permanently on lock moorings on the London waterways, boaters are still discovering plenty.

Boater Roger Fox came across three boats moored on lock moorings, with the one in his photograph well established at St Pancras, with evidence of the usual towpath clutter.

He tells there was another above this lock and another between  the locks at Camden Town.

One boat must hold the record for the oldest licence, for amongst the many unlicensed craft he says, the oldest displayed licence was for 1999! This was  on  a  residential boat at Bloomfield Terrace!

Roger also found plenty of graffiti around Camden Town, and asks what price the listed structure?