London Canal Museum
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Exhibition now on: Until November 2016Turning 200 - Celebrating The Birth of The Regent's Canal. Two hundred years ago the first section of The Regent's Canal opened from Paddington to Camden Town. This included a celebration on the Cumberland Arm which was a half mile branch to a canal basin near the present-day Euston Station. The exhibition Turning 200 celebrates this bicentenary and allows visitors to see how to trace the route of the lost Cumberland Arm today.
London Canal Museum is the London museum of inland waterways, telling the story of the capital's canals from their early days as vital trade routes, to today's corridors of leisure and urban greenery for boats, walkers, and cyclists. Come and visit us soon!
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