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Monday, 01 September 2008

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Andrew Denny

Alex: Sorry, no. Which boats did they work? Were they on narrowboats, or widebeam barges?

Actually, I can still do a mean Spotty-Dog walk, eerie in its verisimilitude!

alex

Andrew,

Do the words Mummy Daddy & Baby Wooden Top ring any bell's !!!

Alex

Max Sinclair

The Welsh Cob was the Barge Horse of choice. Of smaller stature and docile, but very powerful.

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