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Waterways Family History at London Canal Museum

Published: Saturday 16th of August 2008

Over the coming months visitors to London can enjoy learning more about the history of transport at one of the top London attractions, London Canal Museum.

Visitors to London should be sure to see the Waterways Family History exhibition before it draws to a close on September 4th 2008.

The Waterways Family History retrospective - a touring exhibit from the Waterways Trust - allows visitors to trace their ancestors.

From September onwards there are a number of autumnal activities taking place, including a talk by Tony Ellis on September 4th 2008, Middle Thames Trade in the 18th and 19th Centuries.

Other exciting talks include Boat Family History by Lorna York on October 2nd.

This will be followed by a book signing from 6pm onwards by established author Geoffrey Lewis.

Three of Mr Lewis' novels have been set in past times on England's canals including A Girl At The Tiller and A Boy Off The Bank, set in the World War Two.

Visitors to London Canal Museum can gain entry to the venue using their London Pass.

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