Useful links

Anderton Boat Lift an attraction for all seasons in the heart of Cheshire.

Anson Engine Museum lots of information about engines on this site.

Black Country Living Museum 26 acres of living history.

Bolton Steam Museum restores old steam engines including some from boats.

The Canal Museum Stoke Bruerne not a large museum but packed with interest and close to locks and Blisworth Tunnel.

Canal & River Trust keeping people, nature and history connected.

Chester Canal Heritage Trust. Promoting the heritage of the Chester Canal.

Ellesmere Port Local & Family History Society

Foxton Inclined Plane Trust is dedicated to the restoration of the Foxton Inclined Plane Boat Lift.

Friends of the Canal Museum Stoke Bruerne were set up in 2006 to support the work of the museum through volunteer effort and fundraising.

Gloucester Waterways Museum located in Gloucester Docks.

Linlithgow Canal Centre exhibits records, photographs and artifacts associated mainly with the Union Canal.

London Canal Museum at Kings Cross, who are sponsoring Ilkeston and Ferret at the National Waterways Museum.

The Museum of the Broads uncovers the history of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.

National Waterways Museum at Ellesmere Port brings Britain’s canal history to life.

River & Rowing Museum at Henley on Thames interprets the River Thames from source to sea.

Standedge Tunnel & Visitor Centre one of the Seven Wonders of the waterways.

Tooley’s Boatyard at Banbury, an historic working boatyard.

Yorkshire Waterways Museum celebrates the social and economic history of the canal port of Goole.

Huddersfield Canal Society  –

Whitchurch Waterway Trust  – (This is the correct address with no ‘.org’ in it)

Daniel Adamson Preservation Society  –

Railway & Canal Historical Society  –

Shropshire Union Canal Society  –

National Historic Ships UK  –

London Canal Museum  –

Litchfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust –

Chesterfield Canal Trust  –

Barnsley, Dearne & Dove Canals Trust  –

Russell Newbery Register Ltd.  –

Transport Trust  –

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