This photo shows the British Waterways logo from the side of a van that I saw at Granary Wharf on the Leeds waterfront a few days back.
I like many others here in the UK walk along a canal towpath quite often for recreation. British Waterways is responsible for the upkeep of 2,200 miles (3,220) of canals and rivers. As someone who really appreciates the Leeds – Liverpool canal, at least the bit hereabouts I often notice the various workers from British Waterways about their daily work. They are always friendly and helpful and I think proud of the legacy that is the canal network here in the UK.
I like this logo a lot, it is simple to understand and very recognisable. The slight reflection on the right in the photo is the canal building adjacent to the bridge at Granary Wharf both built by the canal company in 1841. I will post a little about these in a while.