At the end of the Port Wall is one of the original port entrances. If you look carefully, you can see the other one, on the other side of the canal. This entrance would have been guarded and there is just room for a boaman and his horses to get through.
Looking east along the Thames & Severn Canal, away from the port, you can see an original stretch of low wrought iron fence. Bourne Bridge is up ahead.
The empty Bourne Lock awaits restoration. This photograph was taken at the end of 2011. This lock was one of two that were built to take both Thames & Severn barges as well as Severn Trows from the Stroudwater Navigation. The lock was unusually large.
One of the original Bourne Mill buildings, right near to the later Victorian viaduct that is mentioned in the audio.
An original Bourne Mill building on the other side of the viaduct.
Noah's cycle shop.
The entrance to the Bourne Mill complex.
A view of the original entrance to the port, seen next to one of the restored mill buildings.
Noah's Cycle Shop with a selection of bikes outside.
Snowboards, another business at Bourne Mill.