London Canal Museum

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Follow us, visit us, and check in on foursquare to see a different view of London. You'll discover the Victorian ice trade that made London a cool city, you'll explore inside a narrowboat cabin and listen to memories of the days when thousands lived afloat in tiny spaces. You'll learn about locks, hear about horses, and peer into a vast ice well.

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    "Illustrated talk, 7th September, 1930 - East London waterways"
    London Canal MuseumLondon Canal Museum · September 6
    History Museum
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    "Making ropes again at this week's Watery Wednesday. Also boat trips and Victorian washday fun, making a picture frame and more."
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    "Watery Wednesday 2nd August - no boat trips this week and normal entry charges apply. Do the washing victorian style, lots of activities for kids 6 - 12. Sessions 1030 and 1330. No booking needed."
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    · London, United Kingdom
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    "This Sunday 30th July descend into our ice well and explore! Fit adults and teenagers only - no loose shoes. Get underground 10-1630"
    History Museum
    · London, United Kingdom
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    "Tonight: Museum open to 1930 then illustrated talk The Great Stink by Jim Lewis. How the Thames became clean and not so stinky!"
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    "Tonight an illustrated talk - Saving the Litchfield and Hatherton canals - at 1930. Late opening until 1930 too."
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