Logistics and Transport
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diamond lil wrote: ↑
Wed Mar 11, 2020 4:26 pm
I'd think canals and riverbanks would always be a handy wee rat run if you wanted to move quietly. Just don't fall in.
I have done that a few times when fishing!
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Whilst not strictly on-topic, but in the same vein, we have 100s of miles of railways in this country. Some are still in use, (Great Western Railways not so much
)obviously, but a lot are now disused. They have one point in common with the waterways, though - they are all built on flat terrain so will make easy progress when in a "get home" scenario.
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