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Oxford Canal at Thrupp
England

The Oxford canal at Thrupp. A pleasant summers walk along the towpath and you will see many different types of river and narrow boats moored along the bank.

Copyright: John Pollock
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Uploaded: 20/04/2009
Updated: 25/09/2014
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Tags: cotswolds; oxford; canals; thrupp; england
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