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Press Pack 1: Coronis The museum's ground floor has a colourful narrowboat as its centrepiece. Visitors go inside to find out what life afloat was like.
Press Pack 3: A Victorian Horse A large late-Victorian model of a horse and ice cart is at the centre of our exhibition about the imported natural ice trade.
Press Pack 5: Stable Our Horse Power exhibition includes a recreation of an ice-cart horse's stable, with a full sized horse. Her name is Henrietta.
Press Pack 7: Sawing Ice A large late-Victorian model of a horse and ice cart is at the centre of our exhibition about the imported natural ice trade.
Press Pack 9: Big Map A lprominent feaure of the first floor is a large and detailed historical map of the London canals.
Press Pack 2: Waterside A large late-Victorian model of a horse and ice cart is at the centre of our exhibition about the imported natural ice trade.
Press Pack 4: Panorama Panoramic view of the museum's ground floor showing narrowboat Coronis, exhibitions and the mock bridge.
Press Pack 6: Tug Bantam IV The tug Bantam IV was built in London and launched in 1950. It pushes barges and is one of a type often used for canal maintenance.
Press Pack 8: Model Lock Our model lock demonstrates the operation of a canal lock to adults and children alike.
Press Pack 10: Painted Tradition The traditon of colourful folk-art painting is a strong one on the English canals.
Horse Power The museum's horse and stable exhibition recreating one of the building's stable stalls from 1906
Ice cream advertising and use: a selection of exhibits on display
Museum Frontage. Front of the museum. This frontage dates from 1904-6 when the building was substantially altered.
Canal People. The costume of the canal boat workers shown on our "family".