By Stuart Fisher
Britain's rivers need to be higher recognized. Teeming with
wildlife, steeped in historical past, wearing bridges, docks and stunning
architecture, let alone helping riverside pubs, waterways museums and a
variety of areas of curiosity, they're the country's crucial arteries,
connecting inland Britain with the sea.
Covering Britain's most sensible identified tidal rivers (the Avon,
Severn, Dee, Mersey, Tyne and Thames), to the picturesque rural Camel, Wye,
Orwell and Crouch, in addition to the commercial rivers of the Medway, Tyne and
Clyde, down to the smallest and lesser identified of Britain's tidal
waterways, this can be a attention-grabbing and complete advisor, choked with maps,
colour images and engaging proof concerning the lifeblood of our country.
Of curiosity to sailors, fishermen, motorised craft and
canoeists prepared to find attractive unfrequented spots, preventing points,
places of curiosity, riverside pubs and lookout issues, in addition to practical
information on rapids, weirs and within sight cities and automobile parks, it's going to also
interest walkers, cyclists, households and holidaymakers gaining knowledge of the local
history, folklore, riverside structure and locations to take river journeys.
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