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Pictures of Middle Level Navigations

in the town of March, in the county of Cambridgeshire

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About Middle Level Navigations

The Middle Level Navigations are a network of waterways which are primarily used for land drainage, and which lie in The Fens between the Rivers Nene and Great Ouse, and between the cities of Peterborough and Cambridge.

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