A tale of two aqueducts

Simpson, Annette
July 2005
Interpretation Journal;Summer2005, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p7
Looks at British Waterways projects centered on the restoration of canal aqueducts in Warwickshire, England and Clwyd, Wales. Restoration of cast iron aqueducts; Restoration of the Wootton Wawen Aqueduct; Bicentenary of the construction of Pontcysyllte, the most famous canal aqueduct in Great Britain.


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