Green and Pleasant Land

The island of Great Britain has 2,000 miles of canals and navigable rivers. These waterways were once the arteries of the Industrial Revolution, and a distinctive culture arose around the development and use of canals. Many of these traditions can still be seen along the towpaths and waterways of Britain.

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