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Middle Level Then And Now August 1984 With John Revell Part 2

Part 2 of John Revells Middle Level narrowboating adventure. John makes the Salters Lode crossing at low water. He navigates the fourty foot river, river cam, sixteen foot and hundred foot New Bedford. He compares the then in August 1984 and the now for places to eat and stop he describes the characters he met back in 1984.Read more ›

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Narrowboating & Route History Of The Middle Level Towns

Travel back in time with Chris Howes our Fenland Waterways expert. He covers the history of the waterways running through the market towns of March, Ramsey & Whittlesey and provides up to date mooring and whats on. Discover old photos of a floating church.Read more ›

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Secrets of the Middle Level Waterways

Image: Holme Fen – Silver Birch Woodland – By Wehh* There’s nothing like a canal boat holiday for getting away from it all, and there’s nothing like The Middle Level in Cambridgeshire, for getting even further away from it all,Read more ›

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Nene, Great Ouse and Middle Level Navigations – Points of interest, Places to visit

Mooring customer Chris Howes has shared his knowledge of the local waterways to assist our holiday makers, mooring customers and those navigators attending the St Neots Festival of water.  Chris is Chairman of the Inland Waterways Association Eastern Region andRead more ›

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The New Waterways That Narrowboaters Are Gonna Love

The Fens Waterways Link is something that’s going to really change boating for boaters around Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. It’s the biggest waterway development project in Europe. The plan is to link Lincolnshire and the River Witham with Cambridgeshire and theRead more ›

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