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Grand Union Canal (South): A Towpath Guide (Towpath Guides)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Grand Union Canal (South): A Towpath Guide (Towpath Guides).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Nick Corble(Author)

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Illustrated guide of the Grand Union Canal

Nick Corble is series editor for the Towpath Guides and has also written James Brindley - The First Canal Builder for Tempus. He also contributes regularly to the press on canal issues.

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Book details

  • PDF | 240 pages
  • Nick Corble(Author)
  • The History Press (29 July 2005)
  • English
  • 7
  • Home & Garden

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  • By Iestyn Roberts on 10 April 2013

    We bought this to help us plan a cycle trip along the Grand Union Canal. Hugely disappointed as it is useless for planning. The most obvious deficiency is the lack of anything like an adequate map. The overall map is simply a thick black line with random towns on it, and neither this nor the more detailed maps had a scale or a usable key. It is divided into sections which themselves are hard to identify on the overall map (Batchworth to Brentford for example, where Batchworth does not seem to appear on any map). The more detailed maps show the canal as a thick black line on the map whilst the key shows a double line - hence it is impossible to tell what is a road or what is the canal. Wish I hadn't bothered.

  • By James Hannam on 29 July 2015

    Perfect accompaniment to a leisurely holiday on the Grand Union Canal. Great places to eat and drink, little bits of history.

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