The Oxford Canal, near Napton on the Hill; with small canal cruiser and small maintenance boat. 1960s
[Taken from the canal bridge looking north towards the Windmill. The location is Napton Bottom lock, commonly known as the Folly which was the former location of the Public house called the Bull and Butcher.][The man working on the left hand towpath is most likely Esme Dowling, employed by British Waterways at Napton. The photograph was most likely taken from the Folly Bridge No.113 at Napton Bottom Lock looking north.]
IMAGE LOCATION: (Warwickshire County Record Office)
Reference: PH, 599/462, img: 55
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