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Two forms of boating on the BCN captured in the one image as a lightly loaded, horse-drawn BR (ex LMS) day boat passes a Stewart & Lloyds tug (Bittel?) towing a train of heavily loaded day boats lying deep in the water, from the southern end of Netherton Tunnel. (Image by TW King from Ms. Ruth Collins, Dudley Archives Centre)
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The southern end of Netherton Tunnel today, as shown on Google Maps. A previous post in this series featured day boats at the northern end of the tunnel close to the Tividale Viaduct, click HERE….
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Close-up of BR (ex LMR) day boat No. 48. (Image Black Country Museum)
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And, BR (LMR) No. 22 in action at Brierley Hill, loaded with firebricks from the Delph to Tipton (Watery Lane) transfer shed. (Image by TW King from Ms. Ruth Collins, Dudley Archives Centre)

(The Industrial Canal Volume 2 The Railway Interchange Trade by Tom Foxon was used in creating the captions for this post.)

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