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Waterways World Magazine, August 1988 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Out of Our Depth - Barry Marsden gets a quart into a pint pot by taking a full length boat with 2ft 6in draught to Llangollen
Balliol's Barge - Andy Burnett takes a closer look at Braunston Boats Hire's new narrowbeam Dutch Barge
Digging Up the Staircases - WW compiles, probably for the first time ever in print, a complete list of staircase locks on unnavigable waterways
Steaming Down the Ship Canal - Reg Lindop takes his home built steamboat down the Manchester Ship Canal from Manchester to Ellesmere Port
The Four Seasons - Our quarterly look at the colourful world of the waterways
The Aberdeenshire Canal - Patrick Moss explores the remains of a canal whose bed is now in use as a passenger carrying railway
Canals to Castlefield - In the first part of a specially commissioned feature John Fletcher traces the early history of one of Britain's most important waterway centres, now the focus of a massive redevelopment programme close to Manchester city centre
The Leaping Horse - D. B. Wallace explains that the action portrayed by Constable's famous painting was an everyday occurrence as recently as 1940
APCO Questionnaire - Hire boaters can help improve facilities on the waterways by filling in this short questionnaire
The Straight Mile? - Ivan Williamson explores Burnley on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal
Waterside Walk - Gerry Hollington takes a stroll around the Somerset town of Bridgwater where the Bridgwater & Taunton Canal joins the river Parrett
Readers' Album - We look back over 80 years to the boats passing the Fishery Inn at Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead on the Grand Union Canal
Colours of the Cut - Edward Paget-Tomlinson re-creates the liveries of two narrowboat carriers from around the Potteries

Regulars:
Canal Quiz
Boats & Pieces
Letters to the Editor
Next Month
Classified Advertisements
Reflections
News of the Waterways Worid
What's On
Classic Canalside Pubs
Book Reviews

Front Cover - Boats descend the Deepcut flight of locks on the Basingstoke Canal to attend the canal's 'Woking 200' celebrations over Spring Bank Holiday held in conjunction with the local railway's Woking 150 events. In this issue of we look at the colours of summer on pages 48-49 and take a steam boat down the Manchester Ship Canal on pages 44-47.
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