The Pangbourne guided tour

Report on visit to River Pang on February 16, 2016.
Just a brief accompanied by photos of the Pang river and the recording stations. I would like to thank once more Kay and Peter for showing Jose and I around. It was an excellent afternoon out of office.

Kay Lacy and Peter McGeehin members of Pang LAG kindly offered to take Jose and Ragab on guided  tour to see the recording stations of the pang. Two stations were visited , one at Pangbourne near the outfall of the Pang and at the cross point with the Thames river. The second recording point was at Tidmarsh village nearby where there is a water mill operates once a week by the flow of the Pang river. The owner of the Mill (John) has kindly shown us around. It was very educational and fruitful visit.  Some photos were taken for the visited sites.

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The cross point where the river Pang outfall meeting the Thames (crosswise)
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The Pangbourne recording station with Kay, Peter and Jose at the station

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The Pang river flow at Pangbourne (Please note the stage/scale at the left side)

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The Pang river flow at Pangbourne ( the recording hut)

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Pang river flow at Tidmarsh
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Recording station of the Pang river flow at Tidmarsh

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Pang river flow recording at Tidmarsh

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The water Mill operating once a week by Pang river flow in Tidmarsh

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