Thursday 22nd February 2018 – Marlow Lecture: Grand Junction Canal

Invitation from Marlow Archaeology Society

Keeping the Grand Junction Canal afloat

by Doug Stuckey

This talk will describe excavations on two 19th century pumping sites in the context of the canal’s very interesting history, and the various challenges its original construction and operation had to overcome. What was found kept sections of the Grand Junction Canal (now part of the Grand Union Canal) operational throughout the 19th century and up to WWII.

Main Room, Liston Hall, Marlow  SL7 1DD  at 8pm 

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