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Waterways World Magazine, October 1990 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Flights of Fancy ? Delph Locks - Duncan Moore discovers why this flight of 8 locks in the Black Country is still known as 'The Nine'
Far and Wide - George Ellingham suggests that we shouldn't be narrowing the Grand Union but should be considering widening some key waterway links to create a wide waterway network
Waterside Walk - Colin Ward explores a circular route around Oxford via the Thames and the Oxford Canal
Australia's Oldest - Helen Coulson describes the restoration of Australia's oldest paddle steamer
The Dearne & Dove Canal - Roger Glister looks at the rise and fall of one of Barnsley's waterway links and its prospects forrestoration
The Anderton Spiral - Godfrey Smith discovers that you can still reach the attractive river Weaver despite the closure of Anderton Lift
Ralph Kirkham & BW's Continental Container Service - Mike Taylor learns of a well-known canal enthusiast's unusual introduction to the waterways
Boating with the Elderly - Brian Samuels says that age is no obstacle when it comes to enjoying a canal holiday
Boats & Pieces - A special 6-page round-up of new boats and equipment on the inland waterways, by Andy Burnett
Box Boats - Edward Paget-Tomlinson discovers that the modern sea-going container ships of today have their origins in the beginning of the British canal system at the Delph, Worsley
Modern Box Boats - A pictorial review of more recent uses of containers on the inland waterways
Death in Manchester - L. J. Boughey belatedly investigates a murder that took place on a Rochdale Canal boat 150 years ago
The Naming of Names - Marjorie Sykes considers some more imaginative boat names

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Colours of the Cut
News of the Waterways World
What's On
Forty Years Ago
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Waterways Worldwide
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