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On the cover of the January issue… a wintry river scene at Henley-on-Thames.
Dove No.1 is a 36-year-old narrowboat based on a Doug Moore shell. When its owner decided on a refit, he opted for a working boat-like interior. Mark Langley takes a look...
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Howard Davies completes the second part of his 640- mile journey aboard narrowboat Dragonfly
Even if you’re new to boating, you can soon pass yourself off as an old hand. Tony Jones provides some useful hints he’s picked up during his 16 years afloat...
Sleepy backwaters, well-to-do villages and a host of fine riverside hostelries, this is the Thames at its best. James Francis Fox cruises downriver...
Stocking fillers and present ideas inspired by the inland waterways
In times gone by canal carrying had to continue throughout winter. We look at a selection of chilling images from the WW archive
With a view to buying a hire-boat, Murray Hepburn took a soon-to-be-retired model on a test cruise of the North-West waterways. But would he go through with the purchase?
Tony Jones and Vickie Hunter solve their battery and power-supply issues – and explain how you can probably do it too
Andrew Denny visits Stanley Ferry where most of the lock gates on CRT’s network are made
The North Walsham & Dilham Canal is Norfolk’s only man-made, locked waterway. Largely disused since the 1930s, work is underway to restore it, as Roger Butler discovers on foot
Canal family historian Lorna York tells us what she has discovered about her boating ancestors, and offers advice on carrying out your own research
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