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FISHING FOR COMPLIMENTS: An enormous 'fish' narrowboat passes under one of eight new bridges built by Balfour Beatty for Scotland's refurbished Forth & Clyde canal, which reopened last week after 40 years. The canal connecting Grangemouth in east Scotland and Bowling in the west is part of the Millennium Link project, led by British Waterways Scotland.

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