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Why Won't It Fit?
200 years of the Worcester & Birmingham
Monday, 12 October 2015 18:26

ONE would think that such an iconic canal as the Worcester & Birmingham reaching such a momentous milestone of 200 years would be celebrated widely by CaRT, alas I have not witnessed anything of the sort, writes Gareth Haines.

Musings of a continuous cruiser
Saturday, 10 October 2015 10:00

WELL, after six months of most of the summer sitting in a marina for the first time in some years (primarily to allow us to finish our major refit), we find ourselves once more back on the cut, writes John Howard.

The uninviting Trent
Wednesday, 07 October 2015 09:39

EARLY this year Canal & River Trust attempted to get more people to use the Trent, then last month closed the lock at Newark preventing all access for two months, with many believing subsequent complaints of the lack of facilities caused CaRT to 'reverse' its decision, hence the lock closure with no reason.

Victor: Object achieved
Saturday, 26 September 2015 20:00

NEARING our objective of Banbury, like many of you I should imagine we saw the Tesco Extra on Google off-side just North of the town, with an handy winding hole just after.

Enough is enough
Friday, 25 September 2015 16:29

WHILE the men have been 'CaRT bashing', I have thought just give it time to get their act together—but enough is enough, writes She Who Must Be Obeyed.

Victor: The Oxford again
Monday, 21 September 2015 18:15

SO TO the Oxford Canal yet again—the eighth time since 1998—and there are still plenty of boats moving, but now a preponderance of hire boats.

Victor: Heading Banbury way
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 16:00

THE start to our usual Autumn cruise started at Fradley Junction, for our Thomas, getting a little long in the tooth, dreads those six awkward broad locks from Derwent Mouth off the Trent, so gets someone to take the boat to the junction.

Why can't we all be friends?
Thursday, 03 September 2015 08:28

I'VE ONLY been living afloat for a short while, but the canals have been in my blood since I can remember. I used to think of them as a place where class, money, social mobility and all of the other 'trappings' of a capitalist system didn't reach' writes  Gareth Haines.

Converting a dog
Monday, 20 July 2015 08:37

FOR many years I was an anachronism on the canals being a dog-less boater! That has now changed, largely by chance; that's often the way on the Cut I find, writes Ralph Freeman.

The sky's the limit
Monday, 20 July 2015 07:49

AS REPORTED in narrowboatworld, the numbers of visitors fell from 15 millions down to 10 millions when the Trust was first formed, writes Mick Fitzgibbons.

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