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Waterways World Magazine, October 2004 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
Goodbye to all that? - Thought-provoking comment on the current state of our waterways, the people who run them and the people who use them
Grand Junction Jaunt - Jim Shead cruises the lower Grand Union Canal, its Paddington Arm, and the Regent's Canal around London
A Passage from Poland - Graham Booth visits Gdansk to see where the latest narrowboats for the English canals are being built
Another Boating Adventure - 50 years ago, Colin Scrivener helped to move the Salvation Army boat Aster from Uxbridge to Hawkesbury for Major Fielding
Heusden - We Have a Problem - Hugh Potter reports on the WW Readers' Cruise to Dordrecht in Steam
The ABC of Narrowboating - Rupert Smedley continues our boating dictionary with I, J and K
Grand Junction Tunnel Tugs - Alan Faulkner and Richard Thomas look at the special tugs built to tow horse boats through Braunston and Blisworth tunnels
More Than A Mooring - Jim Shead visits Bur-ton Waters Marina in Lincoln
Short Cut to the Severn - John Todd begins a photographic journey along the Worcester & Birmingham Canal, starting with the summit level
North Walsham & Dilham Canal - Miss P.N. Harris's photographs inspire Alan Faulkner to relate the story of a rare Norfolk canal
A Summer's Breeze - Roger M Butler concludes his circumnavigation of Britain's waterways, boating from the Kennet & Avon back to the Llangollen Canal
Freedom of the Fifties - Fred Birden looks back to the 'good old days' of canal holidays when a boat for four could be carried on the roof of a 3-wheeler earl

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Front Cover - Comings and goings at the southern portal of Tardebigge Tunnel - on the Short Cut to the Severn.
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