Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NATIONAL FESTIVAL PREVIEW - Our usual round-up of information for those planning to attend the Big One - the 2002 National Waterways Festival and Inland Boat Show at Huddersfield this August Bank Holiday.
HUDDERSFIELD RUFF GUIDE - Graham Fisher has been out and about once again to bring you a potted fact file of useful places to see, restaurants to eat in and pubs to drink in whilst attending the Huddersfield Festival. PENNINE PRIDE - Canal & Riverboot takes a trip through the newly re-opened 4,950 metre Standedge Tunnel on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal. MOUNTAIN HORSE BOAT - re-opened Huddersfield Narrow. In the first of a new series, he reveals the trials, tribulations and joys of cruising this route with nb Lilith and Queenie the horse. UNLOCKED & UNLIMITED II - In the second part of this series Regan Milnes looks at the next trance of waterway restoration projects which are likely to be greenlighted by BW and the EA over the coming months. PRESERVATION STRATEGY - Regan Milnes looks at the plans to create a National Inland Waterways Craft Collection and the criteria to be employed when deciding on the type of craft to be included. SUMERS AFLOAT - Steve Somers and family move off dry land onto their first live-aboard boat in this series describing their ups, downs, joys and sorrows of a first-timers' life afloat... WHAT TO DO WHEN THE ENGINE STDPS - Technical Editor Peter Caplen gives numerous hints, tips and advice on ways to diagnose problems with your engine if the unthinkable happens and it refuses to start or stops underway. BOAT OF THE MONTH - Ellie May 0 Jim Sharp pokes through the cupboards of the latest 57 footer from Manchester-based Triton Boat Fitters