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Waterways World Magazine, September 1996 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Features:
NATIONAL FESTIVAL PREVIEW - Graham Booth looks at who wilt be exhibiting what at the IWA's Golden Jubilee Black Country Waterways Festival over August Bank Holiday
RESTORATION - LANCASTER CANAL - Euan Corrie looks at projects at both ends of this isolated waterway
TO JOSHER ... OR NOT TO JOSHER - Graham Booth looks at a traditional narrowboat replica . . . and at a very untraditional narrowboat
ELEMENTS OF BOATING - Alan Faulkner looks at the Oldbury origins of canal carrier T&S Element, a company name still seen in the West Midlands
A WATERWAY OF LIFE - Dennis Needham talks to Roger Herrington, British Waterways manager in charge of the Staffs & Worcs and adjoining canals
WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE - Kevin Maslin talks to Glyn Phillips about a new computerised system to control water levels on the Birmingham Canal Navigations
WORLD CANALS CONFERENCE - Hugh Potter reports on highlights from the first World Canals Conference, held in Birmingham
WATERSIDE WALK - Carol Lawrence looks at recent changes around Lapworth Junction
ON COURSE - Dominic Miles attended at 1-day Inland Waters Helmsman's Course
TURNING THE TIDE - David Bolton concludes his story of the five decades of the Inland Waterways Association, celebrating its Golden Anniversary this year
TRAVELLERS JOY - Helen Clare looks at the colourful variety of flowers to be found alongside our canals and rivers
ON THE EDGE, BUT JUST ABOUT COPING - Phil Clayton trips over history in the bricks of the BCN
BCN CHARACTER - Euan Corrie asks if we are spoiling our canalscape
AIR CUTS - BRIERLEY HILL - Jon Sims looks down on the Black Country to the south-west of Dudley
NAVIGABLE OR NOT? - Dominic Miles fails to navigate the Old Bedford River

Regulars:
Reflections
Towpath Telegraph
Reviews
Readers' Forum
Fitting Together
Boats & Pieces
Waterlines
Classified Advertisements

Front Cover - A busy scene at the 1991 National Waterways Festival held at Windmill End near Dudley. This year's Festival on the same site is previewed on pages 38-40.
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