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Death on the Waterways
 
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Allan Scott-Davies
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Death on the Waterways

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Canals reached their zenith in the eighteenth century during the Industrial Revolution, before the arrival of the railways usurped their position, whereupon a number of them fell in to disrepair and disuse. For many years forgotten, canals and waterways have enjoyed an enormous resurgence in popularity as the recent leisure industry has placed them once more at the forefro...more
ebook, 244 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by History Press (SC)
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Deanne
A book charting crimes which have occured around water, lakes, rivers, canals and quarries all get mentions. Some of the cases are fairly well known and it's often interesting how quickly the perpertrators are tracked down.
Some of the saddest cases involve children, such as the victims of the baby farmers like Dyer.
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