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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

The Avon Fleet by Fleet - Andy Burnett reviews the hire boat fleets on the Warwickshire river Avon, where pleasure traffic has flourished since completion of its restoration in 1974
Ringing London - Roger Squires looks at a waterway ring cruise that takes in Tower Bridge and the Houses of Parliament, and advises on the tidal passage up the Thames.
Urban Canal Wildlife - Pete Bowler looks at the surprising amount of wildlife on the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation
Waterside Walk - Joseph Boughey walks along what remains of the Ogley section of the Wyriey & Essington Canal
A Packet of Salts - Tim Tranter talks to Stan Salt about his new trip boat operation on the river Irwell operating between Granada Studios and Salford Quays
All the Way to Bath - David Harris concludes his voyage through the Kennet & Avon Canal including his attendance at the Royal re-opening ceremony last August
British Waterways Interview - WW's Editor Hugh Potter talks to BWs Chief Executive Brian Dice about matters of current concern to waterway users
A Norwich Wherryman - Nigel Royall recalls the life of his uncle who often sailed single handedly on the trading wherries on the Norfolk Broads
The Royal River - For a King's Ransom - George Ellingham complains about the huge increases in registration charges proposed for large boats on the river Thames
Once Upon a Rowing Boat - Jon Sims recalls his introduction to the world of the waterways through a Scouting trophy won twenty years ago by rowing a circuitous route around the Midlands
At the Fishery Inn - Edward Paget-Tomlinson photographed narrowboat traffic on the Grand Union in 1956
The Charnwood Forest Canal - Catherine Thomas explores a lost Leicestershire Navigation

News of the Waterways World
Bright Ideas
Classic Canalside Pubs
Readers' Forum
Towpath Tips
Book Reviews
Boats & Pieces
Waterways Worldwide
Letters to the Editor
Canal Crossword
Classified Advertisements
Colours of the Cut

Front Cover - Boating on the Norfolk Broads has changed greatly since 'A Norwich Wherryman' sailed single handed — see pages 80-84. Inset - Narrow and wide hire boats at George Billington Lock on the river Avon - see pages 52-57. 

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