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max's son

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About max's son

  • Birthday 07/29/1960

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    fire engineering
  • Boat Name
    outrigger canoe
  • Boat Location
    where ever I paddle

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  1. the recording of last night can be found here
  2. Good to see these unsung women recorded, my mum was given all kinds of jobs to do From looking after the boat even when stuck in a lock (Stourbridge 1961) or driving her minibus full of logs or old newspapers to raise money for the Droitwich Canals Looking at some of the pictures of canal digs I sure they are different today. spent many weekends in mud and even driving dump trucks at the age of 14
  3. “I Dig Canals” was a phrase used in the 1970s by canal supporters. The project is all about hearing and saving stories like these. On Sunday at 6pm on Alarum Productions will premiere a short film and book about saving our canals on
  4. Whilst attending the #TwitterSteamRally someone post the picture of an old fair ground organ with canal pictures, don't know how old it is or where the pics are
  5. very old thread a short clip from this was shown on Saturday Kitchen Today 9/5/20
  6. Or may be some else has "borrowed" their boat
  7. Found the following information https://autobiograpy-memoir.webs.com/dougandanita https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlEin_I51rY https://vimeo.com/151640236
  8. There is a contact link on this site with email him, may be someone who knows him could try that
  9. if you use the link there are more photographs at different angles so you can see all the canals in the area https://www.britainfromabove.org.uk/en/image/EPW046427
  10. https://www.britainfromabove.org.uk/en/image/EPW046427
  11. The nickname of “The Crow” comes from Jim Crow, the owner of the chemical works, which had its own branch that had a junction midway in the flight. Jim Crow's company was Albright & Wilson (a company who manufactured phosphorous for the production of match heads) http://www.whatliesbeneathrattlechainlagoon.org.uk/?page_id=2533
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