Working Narrowboats Pictured At Cropredy

Working Narrowboats Pictured At Cropredy. The Oxford Canal as well as the River Cherwell each flow in parallel via this historic community. The village of Cropredy is actually described within the Domesday Book and was in fact the actual site of the Civil War ‘Battle of Cropredy Bridge’ in 1644. The creation of the actual canal, between 1769 and 1790 introduced a welcome trade for the community.

Working Narrowboats Pictured At Cropredy

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