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Public trips take approximately 1 hour and, weather permitting, take place on:
Cruising on the Pennine Moonraker

Saturday 1.00pm & 3.00pm

Sunday 12.00 noon, 1.00pm, 2.00pm, 3.00pm & 4.00pm

School Holidays Daily

Other times are advertised on the blackboard.

Fares are:


Senior Citizens


Family Saver (2 Adults & 2 Children)

Your cruise begins at the Pennine Moonraker's mooring behind the Saddleworth Museum in Uppermill.

Pennine Moonraker's Mooring

Towards Dunge Booth Lock From there, the Pennine Moonraker heads along the Huddersfield Narrow Canal towards the first of two locks - the Dunge Booth Lock.
At the Dunge Booth Lock the boatmen open the lock gates and the boat is then raised to the next level. Dunge Booth Lock
Limekiln Lock The Pennine Moonraker then heads towards the next lock, the Limekiln Lock, which lies beneath the Trans-Pennine railway viaduct (Saddleworth Viaduct) at Brownhill.
From Limekiln Lock the boat passes behind the Brownhill Visitor Centre and under the Brownhill Bridge and enters the wharf area of the Wool Road Transhipment Warehouse. Brownhill Bridge
Towards the Transhipment Warehouse Transshipment Warehouse
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