The Tavistock Canal Its History and Archaeology


Written by Robert Waterhouse and published by the Trevithick Society in 2017, this is quite possibly the most detailed story of the history and linked archaeology of a canal, and the industries it serviced, ever produced. At 536 A4 pages it is also a monster of a book.

Highly readable, and with vast numbers of illustrations, drawings, maps and so on, superby produced.

This copy has a cover in good condition, and the book itself is as new, as are the text pages.

When first published the book included a CD of additional drawings and information, which was very quickly removed because of a copyright problem. This book does not include the original CD, but it does include a copy of it.