The Erie Canal became the superhighway of transportation in the 1800s and opened up the Upper Midwest of the United States to farming and migration.
A brief history of Dudley Tunnel and famous limestone mines. Information for boaters requiring passage through the 2888m long tunnel,and information on boattrips into the limestone mines under Dudley
Ever wondered what messing about on a river is really like for a holiday? Here's the story of eight intrepid adventurers boating along the Thames.
A tourist guide to the Forth & Clyde and Union canals and the Falkirk Wheel boatlift in central Scotland
The graphics-intensive site of a non-profit organisation operating boating trips on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal for children and young adults.
Informative, yet humourous, with canal history, glossary, information for boaters and useful links about art, history and business on the canals.
University of Rochester students' documentation of the history of the Erie Canal and its successor, the New York State Barge Canal, with concentration on the impact on New York and America in the nineteenth century.
The official site of the Anderton Boat lift, the world's first and the UK's only working boat lift.
Details and visitor information about the highest, longest, deepest canal tunnel in Britain.
Information on events and festivals from Liverpool to Huddersfield and on cruising the newly opened canals in England's North West in 2002.