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The narrowboat narrow section.

test This part of the Llangollen canal was never meant to be used by narrowboats, but the enterprising people of llangollen reaslised how the tourist industry would be bosted if holiday makes could visit them on their narrowboats.

Thus, them made the canal as wide as the could (only wide enough for one boat to travers at a time) and created a huge marina which was opened in 2002.

The only problem with this of course is that you cannot turn around, so someone has to walk to the other end of the narrow sections to make sure another narrowboat hasnt already started on


Posted by PirateDani 04:53 Archived in Wales Tagged cruises

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