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Boatmen & Boaters     1  2


Boatmen & Boaters

A Horse, A Boat, And You

A Tribute to George and Anne Wain

Alice Lapworth

Alice was born on a boat, married a boatman, and her daughter was born on a boat.

A way of life gone for ever.

Softback    £6.99

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Norbury Junction

The Story of a Canal Community

Norbury Local History Group

The growth from green fields in the 1830s to an important canal junction, boatyard and community.

Softback

£5.00



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Boatmen & Boaters     1  2


Boatmen & Boaters

Women & Children of the Cut   Wendy Freer

The everyday life of families who lived on narrow boats in the 19th/20th  centuries. Child labour was common, and there was little education.

Softback   £11.95

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As Green As Grass

Emma Smith

Growing up before, during and after the second world war, including being a boater (one of the Trainees, or “Idle Women”), and determined to be a writer.

Softback   £8.99

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Memories of a Wartime Canal Boatwoman

Nancy Ridgway

At least 12 women worked boats on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal in WW2.  Known as “Judies”, these are the momories of one of them.

Softback   £4.99

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Shropshire Union Fly-Boats

The Jack Roberts Story

A detailed personal account of fly-boating on the Shropshire Union canal system up to 1921, written in 1969 by Jack Roberts, a fly-boat skipper.

Softback £16.95

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The Trent & Mersey Canal

Tom Foxon

A detailed, illustrated and extensively researched review of trade and transport from 1770-1970, by an ex-T&M working boatman.

Hardback

£25.00

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Cockerel’s in the Cut

John Blunn

Remembering a working boatman’s life, with Claytons, FMC and Barlows, then maintenance with BW. Lots of anecdotes, describing hardship and enjoyment, humour.

Softback £10.95

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The Canal Belongs To Me

Tony Byfield

The author drove a tractor towing barges from the towpath of the Grand Union Canal in the west London area in the 1950s-1960s; this is his story.

Softback £5.00

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On the Boats

Les Mason

Memories of time spent on and around the upper section of the Cromford Canal in the 1920s-1930s, until shortly before trade ceased in 1937.

Softback   £4.00

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