The Wonderful Story of Britain: Why Canals Are Made
|Caption||The Wonderful Story of Britain: Why Canals Are Made. A canal barge, for transporting porcelain and earthenware from the Potteries, waits at a lock after a horseman has towed it into place. Original artwork from Treasure no. 156 (8 January 1966).|
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|Keywords||canal Manchester transport coal barge Staffordshire Potteries horseman cargo tow-path lock gates industry factories town|
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