70ft Tug style narrowboat for sale, £69,995 Detailed steelwork with recessed panels, 4 x sets of side doors, Houdini hatches, Pigeon Box and a trad stern by Paul Barber Boatbuilders Ltd. Professional fit-out offering 2-4 berth accommodation with a Boatman’s… Continue reading →
A while ago I looked at Solar Panels (Photo Voltaic) and did some research, (including reading a very hippy book [Electrosmog[note electromagnetic “smog” is caused by mobile phones and the masts needed to power them, as well as microwaves, computers and electrical equipment…. Continue reading →
Following on from Springer for Sale b0atg1rl and I will be down at nbArianrhod on Friday and Monday. If you want to come by Frouds Bridge marina and say hi. Please contact us via SoYouWannaBuyABoat.
Following on from Part One, I found this article titled “A Walk on the Wild Side around Gloucester Docks” on Narrowboat World, where Alan Tilbury talks about his experience of Gloucester Quays: The state of the area was something that I had got completely… Continue reading →
Nick Billingham’s “Narrow Boats: Care and Maintenance” is another book, like the Inland Waterways Manual, that I borrowed from the library, it was an interesting book to read to see what the mechanical structure, and systems of narrowboats are, mostly it… Continue reading →
Emrhys Barrell’s “Inland Waterways Manual: The Complete Guide to Boating on Rivers, Lakes and Canals” is an introduction, and a guide to getting started with boating on the UKs waterways; while it does not concentrate specifically on the subject of narrowboats, they… Continue reading →
Another map of the Canals in and around London, this one comes from British Waterways, via WaterScape.