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How to Run a Canal

Watch this boat pass through the Duke’s Lock, No. 44 on the Oxford Canal. The Oxford Canal is a 78-mile (126 km) narrow canal near Oxford, England, built between 1770 and 1790. Once for the traffic of freight and produce to markets, today the canal is used for pleasure boating.


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