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Gloucester Docks and the Sharpness Canal

Tales From The Towpath
Where Other Waters Flow
Up The Cut
Birmingham Canal Navigations
Cotswold Canals
Folk On The Water
The Hatton Flight
The Hereford & Gloucester Canal
Lichfield & Hatherton
Bosworth Summit Pound - A Story
L. T. C. Rolt 1910 - 1974
Gloucester Docks and the Sharpness Canal
Middlewich Folk and Boat Festival
The Bold Navigators
Lost Routes
Nutbrook
Contemporary Campbells

Named after the former
Albion Hotel, the large
stone building on the
opposite side of
Southgate Street, the
cottages were first recorded
in 1821 on land almost certainly
owned by Samuel Jones, a
prominent local brushmaker
who also owned the adjoining
property fronting on to Southgate St
 

canal people
 

 Past, Present and Future

describing the scenery, facilities
and things of interest on and near
the Gloucester to Sharpness Canal.
The aim is to provide visiting boats
with a source of information on things
to do and see, which can be reached
by foot from the canal
 

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