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Foxton Canal Museum, is an independent museum run by Foxton Inclined Plane Trust. The museum is run by volunteers with a couple of paid staff. opened in 1989
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 24
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 22
I was going to work today. On Tuesday I said to mum, I must take the car for a run to charge the battery. didn't get round to it, so this morning it is totally flat. tried my battery power pack which i have been...
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 22
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 21
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 21
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 16
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 11
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 11
Filming today for M H Movie Makers. Fantastic turnout by the towns people. Very good event. The young men in WW1 uniform were particularly good standing still with downcast eyes guarding the manorial for the entire event.
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 11
A visit to the museum by Lesley Bowles Harborough District council Chairman
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 10
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 10
Spent the afternoon filming the wreath laying ceremony at the old hospital and the flag lowering ceremony at the Remembrance Gardens. There was a good turnout. At the hospital we were given access to the...
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 8
Waterways on the Western Front Exhibition at the Museum
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 6
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Nov 3
Come and follow the poppy trail from the Canal Museum to Foxton village church
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Oct 28
Had to go into work at the Museum today as tow rags had broken into 3 outbuildings nothing taken but 4 hours work to fix the damage. One of the buildings was the loo, one the garden tool shed where we store...
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Oct 26
Don't forget the clocks go back on Sunday!
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Oct 26
Museum will be closed on 2nd November. This due to the installation of the new exhibition, "Waterways on the Western Front.
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Oct 13
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Oct 9
Antiques Roadtrip being filmed with Penny and Chris
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Archivist@Foxton_Locks Oct 7
Machines make music,
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