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Waterways Journal - Volume 02

Spring 2000:

The Bridgewater Canal and its links with Staffordshire: Alf Hayman
Revisiting some aspects of Horseboating: Tony Lewery
A brief history of the River Weaver: Tony Hirst
Early steam tugs on the Birmingham & Liverpool Junction Canal: Terry Kavanagh


Waterways Journal - Volume 03

Spring 2001:

Severn Carriers in the Railway Age: Hugh Conway-Jones
A Lifetime of Friendship with Rose and Joe Skinner: Philip Kidd
The Daresbury of Castle: an eighteenth century Weaver Flat: Edward Paget-Tomlinson
Wooden Barge Building and the Origins of the Narrow Boat: Mike Clarke


Waterways Journal - Volume 04

Spring 2002:

Narrow Boats on the Thames: David Blagrove
Carrying Craft on the Bridgewater Canal, 1773 – 1974: Alf Hayman
Declining Traffics on Branches of the Shropshire Union Canal: Joseph Boughey


Waterways Journal - Volume 05

Spring 2003:

Wartime Waterways: Mike Clarke
Building Flats at Runcorn: Mike Stammers
Life and Times of a Shroppie Fly-boatman: Terry Kavanagh
Liverpool Docks of the Bridgewater and Mersey & Irwell Navigations: Alf Hayman


Waterways Journal - Volume 09

Spring 2007:

George Smith of Coalville and his influence on Boating: Pat Crecraft
Tom Puddings in the 1960s, the last traffics: Mike Taylor
How the Llangollen Canal was saved: Peter Brown
A trip on converted ex-working boat Phosphorus: Tony Hirst


Waterways Journal - Volume 10

Spring 2008:

The Rochdale Canal and its Carrying Department: Mike Clarke
The Waterways of Central Scotland and the Craft that Used Them: John R Hume
The Early History of Runcorn Docks: 1773 – 1914: Alf Hayman
A Brief History of E. C. Jones (Brentford) Ltd.: Cath Turpin


Waterways Journal - Volume 11

Spring 2009:

The River Weaver Navigation, a proud engineering tradition: Colin Edmondson
Early Narrow Boats on the Thames – a follow up: David Blagrove
BCN Tugs: Bowaters and Chance & Hunt: Martin O’Keeffe
Aspects of Family Boating on the Shropshire Union Canal: Terry Kavanagh


Waterways Journal - Volume 12

Spring 2010:

L T C Rolt: Waterways, Conservation and Writing: Joseph Boughey
Transport in the Chester Area in the Early 19th Century: John Herson
A Leeds & Liverpool Canal Boatyard: Hodson’s of Whitebirk: Mike Clarke & Sam Yates
Transport of Gas Tar and Associated Liquid Cargoes: Cath Turpin


Waterways Journal - Volume 13

Spring 2011:

Waterways & Urban Food Supplies in Manchester and Staffordshire: Tom Foxon
George III and Canals - a comparison of English & French philosophies of canal construction in the 18th Century. King George III in Gloucestershire: T J Peters
Two centuries of Boatbuilding – the story of the Taylor family - a boatbuilding dynasty in England & Canada: Geoff Taylor
The Cut Runner – A History of policing in the Canals & Inland Waterways: Graham Major
Waterways between East & West Europe - a history to 1930: Mike Clarke


Waterways Journal - Volume 14

Spring 2012:

The Wolverhampton Corrugated Iron Company of Ellesmere Port: Cath Turpin
Chester & Liverpool Lighterage & Warehousing Company: Alan Faulkener
Rover Scouts’ Cruises on Tangmere 1993 and 1934: Alan Jones
The Draper Family of Burscough and Foulridge: Mike Clarke & Timothy J Peters
The Chew family – a follow-up by Chew family members with Cath Turpin