Historic June 1964 Bulletin 71- The Inland Waterways Association

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Code: BUL71

Historic June 1964 Bulletin 71- The Inland Waterways Association IWA’s Bulletin was the journal produced and distributed to the Association’s members, starting in 1946, and was the fore-runner to today’s waterways magazine. Until 1966, the Bulletin was almost entirely written by Robert Aickman and usually dictated by him during a single day-long session. Each issue covers the latest news for members, including campaign notes on lobbying government, individual navigation authorities and others involved with managing the nation’s inland waterways. This edition, published in June 1964 is 82 pages long and includes sections on the following: Should York keep its control of the Ouse - or give it away? Dudley Tunnel New Narrow Boat Carriers Founder's Column Personal Functions Announcements Godalming Rally of Boats The Future of the Kennet & Avon The Royal Woolwich Arsenal Canal The first recroded Canal Trip Founder's notes on campaigns & waterways The River Barges at Rye Imperium concluded Press Chairman's Report for the year 1963-1964 Film Review Book Reviews Away from it all Stop Press