Delivering the City of London's Inland Port': How the Regent's Canal arrived at  the City's Door

Delivering the City of London's Inland Port': How the Regent's Canal arrived at the City's Door

This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 4th Dec 2017

Lester Hillman has spent five decades involved in infrastructure projects in and around the Regent's Canal and supports the work of the London Canal Museum. 1817, exactly two centuries ago was a critical year in the history of the canal.

This illustrated presentation will dredge the inky waters to bring to the surface colourful personalities and a Regency scandal. Join us to learn more.

Includes wine reception.

Cost: £5.9


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Europe/London Delivering the City of London's Inland Port': How the Regent's Canal arrived at the City's Door This illustrated presentation will dredge the inky waters to bring to the surface colourful personalities and a Regency scandal. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/12/04/delivering-the-city-of-londons-inland-port-how-the-regents-canal-arrived-at-the-citys-door-152612 Guildhall Library,Aldermanbury,,London

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