Narrowboat Picture – Moored At Cropredy

Narrowboat Picture – Moored At Cropredy. Constructed between 1769 and 1790 the new canal helped bring business for the community. It had been initially created to move merchandise coming from the Midlands to Oxford, and then onwards  using the River Thames to London. Nowadays leisure is considered the primary industry for the canals and the village of Cropredy has been proven as a well liked stopping place on the canal system.

Narrowboat Picture - Moored At Cropredy

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