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by Jane Cumberlidge
Download Map of Inland Waterways of Scotland: Caledonian Canal, Forth & Clyde Canal, Crinan Canal (Imray) fb2
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  • Author:
    Jane Cumberlidge
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    0852887140
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    Imray Laurie Norie & Wilson; Fol Map edition (June 13, 2003)
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The plan of the Caledonian Canal was taken out of that chart and now becomes part of this map which also covers the Forth and Clyde Canals, Crinan Canal and an overview map showing the inter-relationship between the Scottish waterway system

The plan of the Caledonian Canal was taken out of that chart and now becomes part of this map which also covers the Forth and Clyde Canals, Crinan Canal and an overview map showing the inter-relationship between the Scottish waterway system. It is a The production of this new and comprehensive map was prompted by the redesign of our chart C23 East Coast of Scotland.

The Caledonian Canal connects the Scottish east coast at Inverness with the west coast at Corpach near Fort William in Scotland. The canal was constructed in the early nineteenth century by Scottish engineer Thomas Telford

The Caledonian Canal connects the Scottish east coast at Inverness with the west coast at Corpach near Fort William in Scotland. The canal was constructed in the early nineteenth century by Scottish engineer Thomas Telford. The canal runs some 60 miles (97 km) from northeast to southwest. Only one third of the entire length is man-made, the rest being formed by Loch Dochfour, Loch Ness, Loch Oich, and Loch Lochy.

Contact details for the new Scottish Waterways body that replaces British Waterways have been added. The descriptive text has been improved with the addition of more photos. and Jane Cumberlidge is a much respected writer on canals throughout Europe. Together they make a formidable pairing and this excellent map reflects all their combined knowledge and expertise.

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Map of Inland Waterways of Scotland.

and Jane Cumberlidge is a much respected writer on canals throughout Europe.

Format: MapVerified Purchase. well used on a canal trip.

I'm planning on walking from Glasgow to Edinburgh using the canal tow paths and I wanted to know the places you pass through and the route you take so I could book into hostels and hotels. I'd advise the map to anyone. Format: MapVerified Purchase.

It also includes and coverview map which shows the geographical relationship of the Scottish canals and disused waterways

Contact details for the new Scottish Waterways body that replaces British Waterways have been added. It also includes and coverview map which shows the geographical relationship of the Scottish canals and disused waterways. The detailed mapping is supported by useful notes on dimensions, navigation, contacts and facilities. Jane Cumberkidge has also written a more general narrative on the three main waterways.

The plan of the Caledonian Canal was taken out of that chart and now becomes part of this map which also covers the Forth and Clyde Canals, Crinan Canal and an overview map showing the inter-relationship between the Scottish waterway system

The plan of the Caledonian Canal was taken out of that chart and now becomes part of this map which also covers the Forth and Clyde Canals, Crinan Canal and an overview map showing the inter-relationship between the Scottish waterway system. It is a comprehensive reference to the waterways, embellished by the usual notes on dimensions, restrictions and formalities. The map provides all the necessary information for the yachtsman crossing between the east and west coasts of Scotland.

The Caledonian Canal is now part of this map which also covers the Forth and Clyde Canals, the Crinan Canal and an overview map showing the inter-relationship between the Scottish waterway system. It is a comprehensive reference to the waterways, embellished by the usual notes on dimensions, restrictions and formalities. The map provides all the necessary information for the yachtsman crossing between the east and west coasts of Scotland. On the reverse side, Jane Cumberlidge, who edited the map, has written interesting notes on the background and history of the waterways and also gives some indication of places to see and visit (that will be useful for the Scottish waterway enthusiasts).