2 edition of British canals found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 277-279.
|Statement||David & Charles|
|Publishers||David & Charles|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|3||Canals of the British Isles,|
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I include this quote not only as an early example of a plea for the pleasure use of canals but I love his rare acknowledgement of William Bliss a personal hero of mine.
Capital began to flow around the constructions. Canal boats offered many advantages. Canals stimulated new ways of raising capital, as the majority of canals were built as joint stock companies, with each company having to apply for an act of Parliament.
Locks took canals up and down hills, and they strode across valleys on taller and longer aqueducts and through hills in longer and deeper tunnels. Commercial prospectuses for individual waterways rarely appear in the great library collections and are quite hard to find. - two British canals refreshes every 60 seconds but you must reload the web page yourself to see the change; these two were originally in the six-cam group here labelled "Norfolk Broads webcams" [Jul 2017 Thanks to Dave Oakley for pointing these out.
Locks [ ] are the most common means of raising or lowering a boat from one water level to another.
The Bridgewater canal was opened in 1761 and was a great success.
The distinguishing feature of a lock is a fixed chamber whose water-level can be changed.
The biggest navigation authorities are the and the , but other canals are managed by companies, local authorities or charitable trusts.