Traducción de towpath en Español:

towpath

camino de sirga, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtoʊˌpæθ//ˈtəʊpɑːθ/

nombre

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    camino de sirga masculino
    • If you are getting restless, you can leave the city walls behind for green and rural Cheshire - as in cheese, grinning cats, Iron Age hill forts, Norman castles, cycle trails, sandstone ridges and canal towpaths.
    • He did ask if I thought people should not be allowed to walk on canal towpaths in case they fell in and drowned.
    • Most mourners had walked along the canal towpath between St James and Devizes Cemetery for the interment.
    • When I walk along the canal towpath and see people fishing that reminds me of James because he loves fishing.
    • The bridge will be of single span over the canal and towpaths and will be provided with ramp access from the north and both stair and ramp access from the south.
    • Horses pulled barges from the towpath before boat engines were used.
    • These include relocating the canal towpath to a bridge walkway creating a direct route for pedestrians crossing the basin.
    • Turn right on the far side of the bridge and retrace your steps along a section of the canal towpath walked earlier.
    • It was the only aqueduct on the Erie Canal to carry both a water trough and a towpath over a river.
    • In East Marton, near Gargrave, a woman walking a canal towpath bumped into a nude hiker who said ‘good afternoon’ and walked on.
    • The land consists of 9 acres of undeveloped land in North Oxford, between the railway to the west and the towpath of the Oxford Canal to the east.
    • Projects have included improving canal side towpaths, boat maintenance and helping crew trips.
    • For another water side walk, we will go to St. Mullins and walk part of the towpath of the River Barrow.
    • British Waterways, which has its headquarters in Watford, near London, insists it does not want to bar walkers or canoeists from using its canals and towpaths.
    • The canals and towpaths are owned by the nation, not British Waterways.
    • I love walking along canal towpaths and the route taken by the Leeds and Liverpool through Blackburn is a history lesson.
    • When ‘I was a lad’ in the 1920s and 1930s, three activities were illegal on the canal towpaths - throwing stones, cycling and swimming.
    • I then read the councillors are ‘monitoring’ the use of scramble bikes and quads in public recreation grounds and canal towpaths.
    • Every second and last Sunday of each month, volunteers have been tirelessly clearing vegetation and rubbish from former towpaths and canal beds and rebuilding bridges and locks.
    • Much of the route follows the towpath of the Caledonian Canal.