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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
EATURES:
Restoration Report - Rochdale Canal - Euan Corrie looks at one of the most advanced canal restoration projects currently underway in Britain
Starting on the Level - Bob Tarr finds the ideal place for first timers to take a hire boat holiday - without locks
Canal Pioneers - Stan Offley - David Bolton talks to a pioneering boater from the North West
Ford to Portsmouth - Christopher Phillips looks at the Portsmouth & Arundel Navigation - and its project for restoration ...
Escape from Chichester... while Una Pearce struggled to get her boat off that canal
Freephone Canals - Euan Corrie finds out what happens when you call "Freephone Canals'
Leeds Coal - Recalling the days when coal was delivered by barge
Erewash Exploration - Isabel Wall boats up one of the East Midlands' lesser known canals
The 1930s in Colour - We reproduce a unique collection of colour photographs of narrowboats, first published in National Geographic
The Augustowski Canal - Roger Wilkinson looks at an unusual Polish waterway
Stratford or Bust - Jeremy Scanlon recalls reaching Stratford in 1970
Coal by Comet - Robert Hamilton loaded coal at Stourport for delivery up the Avon and along the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal
Augustus Cove & the GJCC - Who would have thought that such an upstanding body as the Grand Junction Canal Co would stoop to such levels in their dealings over Paddington Basin?
The Ulster Canal - Ian Bath looks at another cross-border canal that has potential for restoration
Knighton Morris' Trans-Pennine Hop - Doug Stammers dances along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal
Waterside Walk - Barry Green offers a walk along the little known Suffolk river BIythe

Regulars:
News of the Waterways World
Readers' Forum
Book Reviews
Waterways Worldwide
Bright Ideas
Letters to the Editor
Classified Advertisements
Colours of the Cut

Front Cover - Towcester laden with bagged coal leaves Hawkesbury Junction during the 1987 National Waterways Festival. In this issue we offer some lockless cruising on the Oxford. Coventry and Ashby canals (pages 46-49) and recollections of coal carrying by narrowboat (pages 74-79)

Also included in this issue is a 16-page supplement "The New Narrowboat Builder's Book - Chapter Five
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