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...should be starting to appear on riverguides. Many will need tweaking and adjusting, but we'll get there.

All hail Mark Gawler, who has made this happen.
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Excellent. Thanks.

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Brilliant, thanks very much

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Thank you Mark & Mark

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Hail Mark Gawler, thanks.

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Thank you, I'm not worthy!

It's all still work in progress, the obvious enhancement is to distinguished between put-ins and take-outs, but the regional editors have the most work to do now..
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I have GPS tracks of the lower walkham and the lower Tavy if they could be added.

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Really nice!
Mark Gawler wrote:the obvious enhancement is to distinguished between put-ins and take-outs
Although anyone unable to deduce this from a combination of the map 'as is', the text description and some basic background knowledge of the local geography probably needs more than a river-guide document!
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That will be great, as they say " A picture is worth a thousand words"

I use either google earth or Ordnance Survey open data.

for example:
http://www.midlandcanals.co.uk/canal/fr ... rs0020.htm

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