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Code: HC92
Waterways covered in this guide – River Avon, Birmingham Canal Navigations (Main Line), Droitwich Canal, Gloucester & Sharpness Canal and the River Severn, Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, Stourbridge and Dudley Canals, Stratford-on-Avon Canal, Worcester & Birmingham Canal.

Code: HC95
Covered in this guide are: Aire & Calder Navigation, Bridgewater Canal, Calder & Hebble Navigation, Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Huddersfield Broad Canal, Lancaster Canal, Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Macclesfield Canal, Peak Forest and Ashton Canals, Rochdale Canal, Trent & Mersey Canal. The detailed Ordnance Survey® maps clearly show the location of essential features such as locks, towpaths and boating facilities, as well as pubs, shops and restaurants in the area. There are comprehensive navigational notes and descriptive text on the history of each canal, and on local services and places of interest, for which postcodes are included – ideal for use with sat-navs.

Code: HC94
Covered in this guide are: Caldon and Leek Canals, Llangollen Canal, Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, Neath & Tennant and Swansea Canals, Montgomery Canal, Shropshire Union Canal, Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, Trent & Mersey Canal, River Weaver. The detailed Ordnance Survey® maps clearly show the location of essential features such as locks, towpaths and boating facilities, as well as pubs, shops and restaurants in the area. There are comprehensive navigational notes and descriptive text on the history of each canal, and on local services and places of interest, for which postcodes are included – ideal for use with sat-navs.

Code: HC91
Popular guide covering the canals and waterways between Birmingham and the River Medway. Colour Ordnance Survey® maps clearly show locks, towpaths and boating facilities. There are also comprehensive navigational notes as well as descriptions of the towns and villages, pubs and restaurants alongside the waterways. Waterways covered in this guide – Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation, Grand Union Canal, Lee & Stort Navigations, River Medway, Oxford Canal, River Thames.

Code: HC01
Exploring Britain’s most beautiful waterways. Discover a hidden countryside which is packed with wildlife along with industrial heritage. Regarded as the 'quickest way of slowing down', the canals and rivers of Britain evoke a bygone era when life moved at a more leisurely pace.

Code: RD04
An introduction to the basic techniques of painting, with traditional and modern examples. Instructions for various projects, with details of materials, brushes, etc. Many colour illustrations. Published 1992. Reprinted as softback 2003. 128 pages. (SOFTBACK).

Code: AU12
Only a few canal boatmen have ever written about their work and life, and Jack Roberts'(1894-1972) hitherto unpublished autobiography tells us about canal carrying over a century ago. It provides a unique and fascinating insight into the world of the fly-boatmen on the extensive Shropshire Union Canal system before, and until just after, the First World War. Fly-boats worked 24 hours a day to a timetable, with a change of crew, carrying all kinds of cargo, including perishable goods such as cheese. Jack Roberts wrote this book in the 1960s.

Code: X040
IWA branded bunting – Code X040 £19.99 10m length double sided bunting showing 4 designs. Bunting is suitable for outdoor use. 610gsm PVC. 24 pennants 20cm(w) x 30cm(h).

Code: AU11
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: AU13
A brand new edition of Tom Rolt's classic 1949 book about his 1946 journey along the Grand Canal, Shannon River and Royal Canal in southern Ireland. Green & Silver paints a wonderful and evocative picture, not only of Irish waterways as they were, but of a now vanished way of life just after the end of the second world war.

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