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Canals & Rivers Magazine, September 2007 Issue

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THIS LIVEABOARD LIFE - Living aboard presents unique problems on its own - but living with pets and children Jane Hendy-Jones gives us the lowdown THE MAN WHO CHANGED THE FACE OF BRITAIN - This year sees the 250th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Telford. Karen Foy looks at the life and works of this great canal engineer BEER MONEY FOR BOATING BENEFITS - Ivan Broadhead looks at an ancient scheme designed to extract money from the sale of beer for navigational improvements to a Scottish river WATERLAND - The Fenland waterways offer a unique cruising environment - different from any other part of the system. For those who sample its delights, an amazing experience awaits FENS FORAY - George O'Brien discovers the Fenland waterways of the Cambridgeshire/Norfolk borders and explores the recommended route to this month's St Ives National Festival NENE BUT THE BRAVE - If you're travelling to the National this year, you'll most likely be cruising the River Nene. The river has a reputation, but is it deserved George Dodds finds out DIPPING YOUR TOES - Phil Pickin and family are thinking about getting into canal boating. Their first stop One of the many excellent hire fleet operators on the UK canal system! BOAT REPORT 1 - Midway Boats - This Cheshire based tioatbuilder of repute has long been supplying quality craft. Here we try out their latest boat BOAT REPORT 2 - Tsar - Jim Sharp's boat this month is a 58ft semi-traditional narrow boat from Doncaster-based MG Boat Fitting Services BEGINNERS GUIDE TO BOATING - 5 - The fifth part of our series on getting afloat for the first time looks at some of the equipment you will need on board from crockery to safety gear UNDER THE BRIDGE NEWSLINES DIARY DATES EA NEWS COLUMN AQUARIUS EARLS COURT BOAT SHOW SOCIETY CLIPPINGS BROADS SCENE NEW PRODUCTS BOAT FOOD TECH TIP OF THE MONTH INTERNATIONAL PAINT FORUM CLASSIFIED SECTION COVER SHOT: Fotheringhay Church, River Nene.
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