Inside the February issue of Towpath Talk, the Canal and River Trust has temporarily suspended freight traffic as investigations continue into the harm being caused to wildlife; and Railway bridge ensures a canal restoration on track.
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This month in Towpath Talk, hard-working volunteers can relax from their restoration of a former waterway after they were provided with a new ‘welfare unit’ and Chichester Ship Canal’s season of anniversary celebrations will start on Saturday, April 9 – 200 years to the day from its formal opening in 1822.
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