BRITISH CANALS IN WARTIME: TRANSPORT IN BRITAIN, 1944
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Two small children ride on the 'deck' of a canal boat carrying barrels of fruit pulp along Regent's Canal in London. The pulp is being transported from a ship in the Thames along the Regent's Canal and then the Grand Union Canal to the Midlands. On the right of the photograph, damage caused by an earlier air raid can be clearly seen along the bank of the canal.