The Grand Union Canal (South) - Towpath Guide

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The Grand Union Canal, one of the most famous waterways in the UK, links London to Birmingham. This guide explores the southernhalf of the canal, and its journey from Milton Keynes through the home counties of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and finally Middlesex before joining the Thames at Brentford in the heart of West London.

Revealing much that will appeal to holiday-makers along this stretch of water, the guide also provides historical snippets and useful up to date information for the casual sightseer or interested loca. Covering an area a mile or two either side of the canal, it is an invaluable resource for the canal boater, day tripper, angler, walker and interested local and covers the area from Napton to Oxford, a stretch of just under 50 miles.

Grand Union Canal South is part of an ongoing series of Towpath guides.

ISBN/EAN: 9780752435398
Author: Nick Corble
Publication Date: 29/07/2005
Size: 13x23cm
Product Type: Paperback
Number of Pages: 240

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