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English Canals Explained (Englands Living History)

English Canals Explained (Englands Living History)

Stan Yorke

The story of how canals work and their development from the early days in the 18th century to their modern renaissance after the Second World War. This book is fully illustrated with photographs by the author and detailed drawings by his son, Trevor.
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The English canal network becomes increasingly popular and widely used each year. The main aim of this book is to explain how everything works - from locks and lifts, to tunnels and towpaths. Stan Yorke, a life-long narrow boat enthusiast, explains in an easy-to-understand manner the story of the canals. In this he is ably assisted by his son Trevor's superb drawings and diagrams. The book is divided into three clear sections. The first describes the history of the canals, the second looks at their structures and features, and the third suggests special sites of interest around the country, which can be visited by foot or by boat.

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Title - English Canals Explained (Englands Living History)

Edition -

Author - Stan Yorke

ISBN 13 - 9781853068256

Imprint - Countryside Books

Publisher - Countryside Books

Date Published - 23/10/2003

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No. of pages -

Binding Type - Paperback

Dimensions - 148 x 210 x mm

Weight - g

Languages - English