Canal Narrowboats And Barges

Author: Tony Conder
Editor: Shire Publications
ISBN: 9780747805878
Size: 19,46 MB
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Britain S Inland Waterways

Author: Roger Wickson
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 17,25 MB
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Covers the history and geography of Great Britain's canals, problems of architecture and engineering, the broad canals, the narrow boats, traffic patterns, and maintenance.

Pulling Faces Making Noises

Author: Barry Morse
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595321690
Size: 15,35 MB
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"The phenomenal Barry Morse." -CBC Times "Pulling Faces, Making Noises tells the extraordinary life of Barry Morse, one of the most versatile pros the performing trade has ever known. He's an actor who's led a career more vast and diverse than almost any other in history. "Barry Morse is one of the most brilliant actors in the world, possessing a superhuman range of characterizations." --David Greene, Producer/Director More than a memoir, this is a testament of a theatrical time which will not come again, and of an outstanding actor and human being whose favorite role, or challenge, has always been the next one. "Barry's life is a virtual history of the twentieth centure...and deserves to be read by everyone on the planet, theatre-folk and civilian alike." --Martin Landau, Actor

Narrow Boats

Author: Michael Stimpson
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785005529
Size: 10,41 MB
Format: PDF
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Narrow Boats: Ownership, Care and Maintenance is a practical manual for readers who are new to boating or wanting to buy a narrow boat. It provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of owning a narrow boat and will enable readers to get the most out of their own narrow boat, whether used for occasional weekends only, or lived on all year round. This book includes a brief history of narrow boating, including types of boats and their purpose; what to look for when buying a boat; ongoing maintenance required, painting, electrics, plumbing and engines; how to be a responsible boater and finally, a useful glossary is included of boating and canal-related terms. Michael A Stimpson has been involved with waterways for over 40 years and has been S Eastern Regional Secretary for the IWA for 14 years. It is fully illustrated with 185 colour photographs.

Narrow Boats

Author: Nick Billingham
Editor: Crowood Press
ISBN: 9781852238612
Size: 19,78 MB
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A thorough grounding is provided in this book in all aspects of looking after the various systems that make up a narrow boat. Proper installation and maintenance of these systems is vital for safe and enjoyable cruising. It will enable all narrow boat owners to keep equipment in good working order.

Fatal Election

Author: Mike Scantlebury
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1326888889
Size: 16,30 MB
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Britain is in the grip of election fever. A new government has to be elected, and Members of Parliament will be chosen and will go to Westminster to rule the land. Meanwhile, in the North West of England, in Salford, someone is trying to kill their new candidate. It's a strange job for Mickey and Melia as they are drafted in to try and protect local politicians. Who exactly are these terrorists trying to ruin everything? And what exactly does it have to do with the Canadian Navy?

Chesterfield Canal History Nuggets

Author: Christine Richardson
Editor: Richlow Books
ISBN: 9780955260919
Size: 14,30 MB
Format: PDF
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The Chesterfield Canal was one of the waterways built during the exciting, pioneering era of such waterways in this country, and it is therefore one of the oldest, with a completion date of 1777. This book contains six articles of the history of the Canal.

Canals In Britain

Author: Tony Conder
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1784421073
Size: 15,50 MB
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In the early years of the Industrial Revolution, canals formed the arteries of Britain. Most waterways were local concerns, carrying cargoes over short distances and fitted into regional groups with their own boat types linked to the major river estuaries. This new history of Britain's canals starts with the first Roman waterways, moving on to their golden age in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and ends with the present day, describing the rise and fall of canal building and use in the UK. It tells the story of the narrow boats and barges borne by the canals, and the boatmen who navigated them as well as the wider tale of waterway development through the progress of civil engineering. Replete with beautiful photographs, this a complete guide to some of the most accessible and beautiful pieces of Britain's heritage.

Narrowboat On The Trent

Author: John Lower
Editor: Richlow Books
ISBN: 0955260930
Size: 12,33 MB
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Based on the his 25 years experience, John Lower provides advice on navigating the River Trent in a narrowboat.

Narrow Boats

Author: Tom Chaplin
Editor: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1445669986
Size: 15,91 MB
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The narrowboats built for transporting cargo on Britain’s canals are one of the great symbols of Britain. This highly illustrated book explores their history and development, and what it was like to crew a working vessel.