I took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather to go out with my tripod for some night shots and down by the Kennet/Thames is where I went. The wooden bridge is so shaped to allow barge horse to cross the water. When I first moved to Reading there were still the raised slats at intervals on the otherwise smooth walk surface of the bridge, there to stop the horses slipping too far if they slipped. No horses anymore. Other side of the railway bridge, one of many on the GWR designed by Brunel himself. Great echo underneath. The circular structure to the right is the frame for a gas tower some way further back.