in the Summertime, long lines of heavily loaded barges and sciw slid down the canal which led to large inland lake and in the wintertime, the road near the mill were black from all the coal dust which sifted down from big charcoal crates. Explain wrt the chapter 'The Rattrap'.

Dear student,

The given line means that during summers large boats used to carry charcoal crates through the canal which led to the inland lake, where the iron mill was and during winters the roads would be covered with charcoal dust, which had come along when the charcoal crates were being transported.

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