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Waterways World Magazine, October 1997 Issue

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eatures: PROGRESS REPORT - Graham Booth looks at what makes a narrowboat suitable for going to sea CRUISE TO VICTORY - Dennis Needham joins this year's cruise from the main canal system across the Ribble to Preston Docks CARTOGRAPHIC CONUNDRUMS - Euan Corrie on the trials and tribulations of compiling the Waterways World map of Britain's waterways - and an introductory Readers' Offer THREE INTO SEVERN DOES GO! - Graham Booth looks at the Viking family of grp canal cruisers DAUNTSEY LOCK CANALSIDE - Doug Small investigates an unusual restoration arrangement on the Wilts & Berks Canal THE JOLLY BARGEMAN - Through a 19th century pub ledger, Brian Widdowson traces his ancestors trading on the river Trent COMMERCIAL COMMENTARY - Mike Taylor looks at present day barge traffic on Britain's inland waterways EVERYONE A WINNER - TROJAN - Graham Booth reviews a 57ft tug-style boat fitted out by its owner with meticulous attention to detail, and crammed with good ideas ALDERSLEY JUNCTION - Tony Gregory and Patrick Thorn rediscover the lost village at the junction of the Birmingham and Staffs & Worcs canals near Wolverhampton WATERSIDE WALK - Dennis Needham walks from Leeds to Woodlesford along the Aire & Calder Navigation CANAL PIONEERS - DESMOND BRISCOE - David Bolton talks to an enthusiast who travelled widely on his boat Samanda and who produced the Narrow Boats record for the BBC in 1969 Regulars: Reflections on Henley Towpath Telegraph What's On Reviews Waterways Worldwide Boats & Pieces Readers' Forum Subscriptions Waterlines Classified Advertisements Front Cover - Hotel boats on the Llangollen Canal with Castell Dinas Bran in the distance, photographed by Peter Ivermee. (Inseta€Progress on the weir at Ipswich - see pages 33, 40)
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