Cook, M., (2000). The Tame Valley Canal. W Midlands Archaeol 43. Vol 43, pp. 22-24.

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Title:
The Tame Valley Canal
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W Midlands Archaeol 43
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West Midlands Archaeology
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43
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22 - 24
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Discusses the Tame Valley Canal and its associated features (including aqueducts and wharves), which was built to enable boats travelling from the Birmingham and Warwick Junction Canals and heading for the industrial areas of the Black Country to avoid the centre of Birmingham.
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Martin Cook
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Robert D B Bath (Abstract author)
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2000
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Subjects / Periods:
BIAB: Canals
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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16 Apr 2002