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The Plague of Eyam: Story of the Village That Died to Save Its Neighbors By Mr Ghaz, December 27, 2010
Canals in the UK have a long history dating back to the Romans, who built several canals here including the Fossdyke, still navigable today. A long period elapsed after the Romans left Britain when no canals were built. Improvements to rivers were made although the aim of these was often to harness the waterpower, or for fishing, rather than for navigation purposes.
1066 and all that
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