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Waterways World Magazine, February 1984 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Birmingham Boat Show - We preview stands of inland waterway interest at the National Exhibition Centre in February
S&WCS 1959-1984 - Keith Goss talks to some of the present members of the Staffs & Worcs Canal Society which is 25 years old this month
Towards a South Pennine Ring - County Councillor John Sully takes an optimistic look forward to the reopening of the Huddersfield Narrow and Rochdale canals
Traditional British Boating - Hugh Potter spends an autumnal week on the Norfolk Broads
More Building Sand - Geoff Wheat joins the Leeds Magnetic carrying sand from the tidal Trent to Knottingley
The Majestic Thames - Keith Goss finds the Royal River less crowded than he had expected
Fitting Out - Margaret Cornish recalls, as a wartime 'trainee', getting a pair of narrowboats into working trim
Shuttering Up - Ken Meadows flaunts tradition and fits sliding shutters to his narrow boat
Is There Life Beyond Netherton? - Stanley Holland probes the Dudley and Stourbridge canals for signs of life
Boat Review - Andy Burnett tries to decide whether David Piper boats are merely one of the best or the best

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Readers' Album
Readers' Forum
Boats & Pieces
Letters to the Editor
Frontispiece
Reflections
News of the Waterways World
Book Reviews
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