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Waterways World Magazine, July 1991 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

Up to Sheffield - Dennis Needham makes the fascinating journey up the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation which has been modernised as far as Rotherham but beyond there retains its original 'keel' size right into the heart of Sheffield close to where the IWA's Campaign Rally will be held on 29th-30th June
A Look Back at the S&SYN - Changes that have taken place and traffics which have long since ceased are shown in this special historical photo feature of the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation
Waterside Walk - Bob Johnston heads south to walk the Royal Military Canal
The Severn Fleet by Fleet - Andy Burnett reviews six hire fleets on the Severn, most of which offer suitable boats for cruising the ever popular Avon Ring or for a more leisurely week to Stratford
Once Upon a Rowing Boat - John Sims concludes his circumnavigation by oar power of the Midlands' waterways
Flights of Fancy - Bradley Locks - Duncan Moore searches out this now infilled flight of locks on the Birmingham Canal Navigations
Meals on Keels - Graham Turner looks at the background to the business "where people become human beings once again" - the restaurant boating business
Faking Photographs - Stanley Holland says that although the camera cannot lie, the subsequent negatives can certainly be touched up, as his searches through the archives reveal
Twixt Seine & Schelde - Mike Taylor explores the many and varied traffics on the main waterway routes between France and Belgium
Crinan Canal - At Last - Hal Stufft fulfils a long held ambition to cruise through the Crinan Canal in his own boat
Mersey Weaver Finale - Malcolm Fletcher provides a sad postscript to Alan Faulkner's article in May WW 

News of the Waterways World
Bright Ideas
Forty Years Ago
Classic Canalside Pubs
Waterways Worldwide
Towpatn Tips
Boats & Pieces
Readers Fonun
Letters to the Editor
Classified Advertisements
Colours of the Cut

Front Cover - Steel has always been one of the major cargoes on the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation, and remains so today, with one of the best known carriers being E.V. Waddington Ltd whose barges are seen here. See pages 54-62. Inset - Leaving the locks at Stourport for the river Severn, hire fleets on which are reviewed on pages 66-71.

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