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Code: AU11

30% off: Was £15.95 Now £11.20

This book covers voyages around the canals in 1964/65, including a visit to Stratford upon Avon for the reopening of the Stratford Canal by HM the Queen Mother. It was first published in 1971 as a hardback, and was reissued in 1983 in softback form. This is a new edition in that the whole book has been reset, but it is exactly as written, save for a new foreword by the author.

Code: WW36
2019 Waterways World Annual with FREE route planning map Your complete guide to the waterways. Meticulously researched and updated by some of Britain's top waterways experts, this year's Annual contains comprehensive information on owning, buying and selling a boat; hire boat fleets; restoration; fitting out a narrowboat; boatyard services; moorings; surveyors & examiners. Plus the Canalmanac: the definitive guide to who does what on the inland waterways, and your free route planning map!

Code: IM52

30% off: Was £9.95 Now £6.45

First published in the 1950s under the editorship of EE Benest and later Konrad Nussbaum, Imrays map of the French inland waterway system has always been regarded as the essential reference for planning a visit to France by boat. It is now superseded by this completely recompiled and redrawn edition by David Edwards-May, the leading authority on World canals and waterways. The new cartography includes improved detail and presents essential information concerning distances and dimensions with a greater clarity than on previous editions. The map continues to cover the Low Countries and the western part of Germany and now also includes large scale insets of the Paris region and northeast France. The scale remains at 1:1 500 000

Code: TM120

List Price: £12.99 Now £4.95

Sixty years ago, a small band of enthusiasts gathered together to form The Inland Waterways Association. They had witnessed the decline of the canal network and closure of parts of the system and all had decided to do something about it. From those early beginnings, The Inland Waterways Association grew into a group of 17,500 members, all dedicated to restoring and using Britain’s inland waterways.

Code: LC03

30% off: Was £6.50 Now £4.55

The sixth edition of this popular guide to one of the most picturesque canals in England. The introductory sections of the book contain a wealth of information on the history, engineering and ecology of the canal and guidance for users afloat, on foot or on bikes. Including details of the Ribble Link and the Glasson Branch, this book will take you from the lively City of Preston, through peaceful scenery to the historic City of Lancaster, on past magnificent vistas of Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland hills as far as the end of the navigable section at Tewitfield. The book continues along the route of the Northern Reaches all the way to Kendal. The clear and concise maps show amenities found en-route, including nearby places of interest, shops, services and, of course, pubs!

Code: IWA01

Was £5.00 Now £3.00

Fold out Map and information for users of the navigation.

Code: IWA02

Was £5.00 Now £3.00

Fold out Map and information for users of the navigation.

Code: DA04

List Price: £19.95 Now £2.95

This is the full and definitive history of these vessels that one time were to be seen trading in their hundreds, not only on the Mersey, but also along the adjacent coastline and neighbouring inland waterways. The flats were the principal carriers, under sail along for generations, until supplemented and finally taken over by steam power and then the diesel engine. Many archive black & white photos and drawings by Edward Paget-Tomlinson are included.

Code: GC01

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You’ll gain more from your visits to the canal, accompanied by the Grantham Canal Guide. This completely new guide, published in April 2015, is a mine of information – not only to the canal – but the surrounding area too.The Grantham Canal Guide - "Meander through the beautiful Vale of Belvoir

Code: WD01
Wilde's Cycling & Walking Guide: Grand Union, Oxford and Kennet and Avon Canals

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