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a light-hearted pilgrimage from Stratford Abbey to Waltham Abbey

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The Channelsea Path is the Channelsea River filled in.  The stone banks were used to beach boats at low tide.

An artwork on the road through the Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park that is named after the founder of Stratford Langthorne Abbey.

Two photos above by Janet Bowstead of the Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park showing the velodrome near the site of Temple Mills powere by the River Lea, owned by the Knights Templar until that order was dissolved