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Ice House Workings.                   canalmuseum.org.uk                                ©SuziLove

Ice House Workings. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Poster showing how cargo was handled on the English canals. canalmuseum.org.uk               ©SuziLove

Poster showing how cargo was handled on the English canals. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Canals Provided Better Links to London.                  canalmuseum.org.uk        ©SuziLove

Canals Provided Better Links to London. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Typical Brick Warehouse in Islington, London, UK, as used to store imports into London.   © SuziLove.com

Typical Brick Warehouse in Islington, London, UK, as used to store imports into London. © SuziLove.com

Map of the Canals Winding Through the City of London, UK.  canalmuseum.org.uk    ©SuziLove

Map of the Canals Winding Through the City of London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Barges Loaded with Coal at Regent's Canal, London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Suzi Love is an Australian historical romance author.

How the Regent's Canal Worked in London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

How the Regent's Canal Worked in London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Canal Horses needed a lot of looking after. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Canal Horses needed a lot of looking after. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Earliest Record Of Ice Cream. via Canal Museum, London.  suzilove.com

Earliest Record Of Ice Cream. via Canal Museum, London. suzilove.com

London was always Britain's most prosperous city. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

London was always Britain's most prosperous city. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Canal Toll Charges, London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk  ©SuziLove

Canal Toll Charges, London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Ice Storage Pit, London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

Ice Storage Pit, London, UK. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

1800's  Canal Boat, England.  Via  Canal Museum, London, UK.  © Suzi Love

Typical canal boat used to carry goods up and down the canals of Britain. Entire families lived on these narrow boats all their lives. Via Canal Museum of London © Suzi Love

Canal Mania in England for 1790 Onwards.               canalmuseum.org.uk           ©SuziLove

Canal Mania in England for 1790 Onwards. canalmuseum.org.uk ©SuziLove

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