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Waterways World Magazine, April 1989 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
The Lifeblood of Canals - What connection is there between Wolverhampton's sewage treatment works and an abundance of water on the Staffs & Worcs and Shroppie? Quite a lot - as David Cragg discovered
Jess Smith's Lincoln - Mike Taylor talks to a boatman who began sailing keels on the Trent and Witham to Lincoln in the 1930s
The Nameless Barge on the Oxford Canal - Josephine Jeremiah follows a pleasure voyage up the Oxford Canal a hundred years ago
Waterside Walk - L. J. Boughey looks at the western end of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal from Ashton to Stalybridge
Classic Canalside Pubs - After much daunting research, Chris Rowland returns with some more stopping off places for when you are boating or walking the waterways
Boats at Braunston - Keith Christie recorded the scene in 1959 when Braunston was still a busy centre for working boats
Day Boating - Neill McMullen found an excellent way of extending his cruising range - and of interesting newcomers to our canals
Trent & Witham - John Gagg finds out how British Waterways have been spending their money as he boats through Nottingham to Lincoln and Boston
Readers' Album - This month we look at some excellent prints from glass plate negatives of Chester
A Waterways World Video Round-Up - Suzanne Goddard compiles a list of current inland waterway videos - and we review two new releases including the long awaited Castlefield '88
China's Grand Canal - Chris West looks at parts of the oldest canal in the world, now increasingly accessible to western tourists
Waterways Worldwide - Bill Greenhaigh looks at some exciting day trips on the waterways of Paris and Strasbourg

THE INLAND BOAT OWNER'S BOOK:
Part 4 pulls out from the centre pages

Regulars:
Reflections
News of the Waterways World
What's On
Readers' Forum
Book Reviews
Canal Quiz
Boats & Pieces
Letters to the Editor
Classified Advertisements
Colours of the Cut

Front Cover - Cropredy Lock on the Oxford Canal. Since The Nameless Barge passed 100 years ago, the type of boats has changed, but not the lock and village
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