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Tonka

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  3. well having had a narrowboat since 1980 (3 of) none of them had an accumulator in the hot water side and none of them burst or split. Have I been lucky. They do have a prv fitted in the hot water tank though.
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  6. This is what I use https://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/p/car-accessories/summer/car-accessories/summer-essentials-deals/?553991190&0&cc5_1055&type=shopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI26Krvbjs4wIVgbTtCh2HsAxTEAQYASABEgIhlfD_BwE
  7. The Mid Hampshire Railway (Watercress line) have just closed the yard at Ropley to the public because of health and safety
  8. says a man whose boat is rotting away due to lack of maintenance
  9. These guys used to supply kits to S M Hudson no less
  10. Best name for a boat "After You" Then when you chat the ladies up, whatever there name is you can tell them you have a boat named After You
  11. What is the boat. I have done Limehouse to Teddington on the tidal Thames with only a 6.6 hp engine but it was only a 16ft grp cruiser
  12. I am surprised that Alan de enfield hasn't said that going over a weir is a sign of a true boat steerer just like falling in is. The more times you steer the more likely it is to happen
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