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Code: AS01
The Ashby Canal was opened in 1804 to run from the Coventry Canal to Moira. It never went to the town of Ashby de la Zouch, the route there and beyond being replaced by tramways. Widely illustrated, 'The Ashby Canal. Past, Present and Future' plots the rise and fall of the canal, to its risk of abandonment (ironically caused by the reason for its birth) and its resurgence as a leisure route.

Code: LC02
Written and published by Lancaster Canal Trust, this guide covers the Lancaster Canal from the confluence of the Ribble Link with the River Ribble at Preston to Kendal, along with the branch to Glasson. It includes historical and tourist information as well as comprehensive cruising notes and 1:25,000 OS maps.

Code: GC01
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: CC02
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NEW 2017 EDITION

This listing shows towns and villages with Laundrettes which are listed alphabetically with directions from the canal and extra useful information.

Canals and rivers are also listed alphabetically showing the towns and villages on those navigations where laundrettes exist.

The listing has been compiled with information supplied by canal / laundrette users.


Code: CC01
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The map is a single laminated A4 sheet, but is packed with carefully prepared detail. The front of the map shows the connected UK waterway network, divided into ‘2 hour’ sections, over 450 places being shown as dots 2 hours apart. To calculate the time to cruise between any given places, just count the dots and multiply by 2 hours. Similar, smaller, maps on the reverse repeat the design, but with 6, 8 and 10 hour intervals. The unique "2 hour "format is easy to use, and times regularly checked. Recent changes have included a reduction in River Thames, and small increases in times for parts of the North Oxford and Grand Union Canals. Version 2.7 dated 2016 is now available.