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1944  Regent's Canal, London, UK.                                      "A busy scene at Regent's Canal Dock in London, the southern terminus of the Grand Union Canal. In the foreground is a large barge, which according to the original caption, unlike canal boats "can only navigate as far as Berkhampsted" and "carry a great deal of timber up the canal". iwm.org.uk

1944 Regent's Canal, London, UK. "A busy scene at Regent's Canal Dock in London, the southern terminus of the Grand Union Canal. In the foreground is a large barge, which according to the original caption, unlike canal boats "can only navigate as far as Berkhampsted" and "carry a great deal of timber up the canal". iwm.org.uk

Regents Canal in Little Venice, London, looking south west along the stretch of canal between Maida Avenue and Blomfield Road

Regents Canal in Little Venice, London, looking south west along the stretch of canal between Maida Avenue and Blomfield Road

Three Bridges, Hanwell  ― the Canal crosses the railway  in an 8 ft-wide cast-iron trough aqueduct.

Three Bridges, Hanwell ― the Canal crosses the railway in an 8 ft-wide cast-iron trough aqueduct.

Cowley Lock on the Grand Union Canal, Near Uxbridge UB8. West Drayton Station.

Cowley Lock on the Grand Union Canal, Near Uxbridge UB8. West Drayton Station.

Blomfield Road Looking Towards Harrow Road

Blomfield Road Looking Towards Harrow Road

Scene at Brentford during the dreadful winter of 1962-63: the timber being worked was destined for James Davies (Timber) Merchants Ltd. at Hayes Bridge on the Paddington Arm.

Scene at Brentford during the dreadful winter of 1962-63: the timber being worked was destined for James Davies (Timber) Merchants Ltd. at Hayes Bridge on the Paddington Arm.

Steam Tug POWERFUL at the western entrance to Maida Hill tunnel with a train of empty Wideboats circa 1905. The tug would've been in the ownership of Thomas Clayton (Paddington) at this time, and the boats being empty suggests they would be being taken to loations for filling with waste Ash, Sweepings, Refuse etc., ready for return to Hillingdon for landfill in worked out gravel pits.

Steam Tug POWERFUL at the western entrance to Maida Hill tunnel with a train of empty Wideboats circa 1905. The tug would've been in the ownership of Thomas Clayton (Paddington) at this time, and the boats being empty suggests they would be being taken to loations for filling with waste Ash, Sweepings, Refuse etc., ready for return to Hillingdon for landfill in worked out gravel pits.

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