Safeguarding the Heritage of Ship Canals

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Mark Horton Mark Hortonis a passionate advocate of all things maritime. He has worked as an archaeologist around the world with projects in Panama, the Caribbean, East Africa, USA and Egypt as well as in the UK. His research interest centres around globalisation and the origins of world trade – from prehistory to the Industrial era. He has presented BBC Coast as the ‘resident’ archaeologist and historian since its beginning in 200, and this has taken him to several ship canals around the UK and continent. He is Vice President of Cotswolds Canals, and takes an close interest in the ongoing restoration of the Stroudwater Navigation in Gloucestershire.

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