Autumn 2006 issue - NarrowBoat Magazine

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In Autumn 2006:

Samuel Barlow, the company that ran the largest fleet of narrowboats carrying coal south from the Warwickshire coalfield

The difference between two major types of vessel that traded around the Humber

Christopher M Jones explains why "The general painting is to be carried out in the usual style liked by the Bargee"

How the Oxford Canal was planned as a means of getting to London

Using census returns to help track down boating ancestors

Canals the Pensett, a waterway project that was left on the drawing board




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