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The Boat Museum Society The society that created the Boat Museum at Ellesmere Port, that is now the National Waterways Museum. The Society continues to be highly active in working to support the N.W.M. and in practical work to preserve the historic boat collection.
The Canal Boat Project - a charity offering canal boat holidays and trips for dsabled people, based on the river Stort
Lee and Stort - a detailed report of research into locks and lock keepers on those navigations by Richard Thomas
Buckingham Canal Society
Wey and Arun Canal - Website of the route to Portsmouth under restoration
Portsmouth to London Canal - a website about the canals forming the link from Portsmouth to London
George's Canal Boating in the UK Europe Extensive waterway site
The Waterway Recovery Group Volunteer practical action group restoring our waterway heritage
London WRG - London branch of the Waterway Recovery Group
KESCRG - Kent based national waterway restoration group
The Canal and River Trust - CRT is the national charity that owns and manages the majority of UK Canals.
River Thames Sites - interesting locations in the esturial Thames
The Inland Waterways Association - 50 years of campaigning for the inland waterways!
Canalia - An on-line canal magazine
Canals and Rivers Magazine - Website of the printed magazine
Canal Boat and Inland Waterways Magazine - Website of the printed magazine
National Canal Museum, USA
Hind Hart narrowboat hotels
Mike Clarke's Home Page - A waterway miscellany
Grindley Brook- canal village
David Kitching's Page- A miscellany on the canals of the north west of England
Association of Waterway Cruising Clubs - The national body representing boat clubs.
National Association of Boat Owners. - Representative body for boat owners
South Midland Water Carrying Company - Carrying freight on the waterways is still alive! Includes history of carrying.
Angel Canal Festival- The annual September waterside event held beside the Regent's Canal in Islington.
Life on a Narrowboat - in this case on the river Cam near Cambridge. Lots of information about living afloat.
Canal Junction - A huge canal site with lots of graphics and information about canals and their history and life
Rickmansworth Waterways Trust - Restoration of a boat called Roger, and a small visitor centre.
Kennet and Avon Canal Trust- including information about the K A Canal
River Severn Tales- stories and information about the river Severn
London Canals - an extensive detailed website of information about London canals, both historic and present day
Barge Association- for those interested in wide beamed Dutch barges
Historic Narrowboat Owners Club - for those interested in historic boats
Wilts and Berks Canal Trust- working for the Wilts and Berks Canal
Mikron Theatre Company - Official website of the Mikron Theatre Company
Keepers' Lock - a West Country canal theatre group, who produced the in-cabin mini-drama recording used in the Coronis
The Waterway Liaison Service - co-ordinating canal related events between organisations
The Linlithgow Union Canal Society - promoting Scotland's Union Canal
The Shardlow Heritage Centre, in Derbyshire - the story of a canal transhipment port
The Basingstoke Canal- comprehensive site about the beautiful Basingtoke
Telford - a site about the Telford area with extensive coverage of the area's canal history.
The Black and White - about the Lancaster Canal
Steev's Canal Pages - a good guide for canal beginners
Jim Shead's site - a great deal of useful background including comprehensive booklist, maps, articles, glossary, and more
St. Pancras Cruising Club - the flourishing boat club just a mile along the Regent's Canal from the museum
Inland Waterways Association of Ireland- campaigning for the inland waterways of the emerald isle
Residential Boat Owners' Association - the site for information about residential boating
Pennine Waterways - The Huddersfield (Narrow and Broad), Ashton, Peak Forest, Rochdale, Canals, and latest news on the great Huddersfield Canal restoration project.
UK Sailing Index Primarily for sea-going enthusiasts but some useful links and sections all the same
The Grantham Canal - the Official site of the canal, under restoration
The Grantham Canal - Images of the Grantham Canal
The D H Historical Society - USA Canal Museum site with the URL www.canalmuseum.org
Getafloat.com News, boats for sale and a directory of marine businesses in the UK
The Waterways Directory - a guide to a wide range of waterways facilities and services, holidays etc
Lee Valley Park Authority - with many waterside features.
UK Canals - a comprehensive general canal site
Driffield Navigation Amenities Association - promoting the Driffield Navigation
Wessex narrowboats - boat hire in the west
Steam Narrowboat President - a sight often to be seen at festivals around the system
The Railway and Canal Historical Society - an organisation for people with an interest in railway and canal history.
The Foxton Inclined Plain Trust - working to restore the Foxton inclined place in Leicestershire, including a museum.
Lee Valley Boat Centre - Canal boat hire in north east London on the Lee Navigation.
The Dudley Canal Trust - caring for the Dudley Canal in the West Midlands
The Lea Valley- Includes pictures by Pete Marshall of the last carrying days on the river
Life Saving Awards Research Society- a site about awards which includes historical records with many canal cases.
Claverton Pumping Station - a wonderful relic of canal water supply on the Kennet and Avon Canal
London Canals Towpath Guide by Mike Lennox, a very good, detailed guide for walkers and boaters.
Rod Beavan's canal pages - with a section on canal songs, a topic not much covered elsewhere.
Ruislip Lido Railway - Why is this miniature railway in the waterway links? See their history page!
The Bargemen - great site for research and geneology
Ladyline Hotel Boats - Luxury cruising by hotel boat in the midlands and south of England
Just Canals - a wide ranging site about UK Inland waterways
Tug44 - Explore the canals of New York, USA
Canal Cuttings - Online canal magazine
Grand Union Canal Bridges - a photo-reference
When London Became an Island - walking guide related to book of the same title, on the Regent's Canal
River Thames Guide - a guide to the river and what's on around it from sea to source
Living on a Boat - a guide to many of the issues to be considered when living afloat
Cool Canals - Waterways guidebooks and online leisure guide
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Ice ponds of Norway
London Museum of Water and Steam- Steam power for water supply - a working steam and water supply museum
The Geffrye Museum - Museum of English domestic interiors
The Museum of London - Large Museum of London's history
National Maritime Museum - for those liking seagoing boats
The Cutty Sark - Famouse tea clipper ship
Florence Nightingale Museum - telling the story of the famous hospital reformer
Victoria and Albert Museum - One of London's major national Museums
Sir John Soane's Museum - the famous architect who left his collection for the benefit of the public
Royal Air Force Museum - Hendon. Large Museum of military aviation
The Ragged School Museum - by the canal in east London - a museum of 19th century life and education in East London.
The British Museum - Grandfather of museums - the British Museum is within walking distance of London Canal Museum
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Imperial War Museum - one of London's major national museums
London's Transport Museum - the story of the capital's public transport systems
The Fan Museum - in Greenwich, a collection of fans in a beautiful building
The Garden Museum - covering the story of gardens
The Dickens House Museum - not far from London Canal Museum - where the great author lived
The Horniman Museum - The world, its people, their cultures, its environment - in south London
- The London Dungeon
London Motorcycle Museum - a century of motorcycling
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Association of Independent Museums (London Canal Museum is a Member)
The Museums Association (Professional body for Museum personnel)
International Council of Museums - UK - Professional international body
The Victorian Web - excellent history site covering many aspects of the Victorian era
The Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society
UK250 - a comprehensive guide to quality websites including a "narrowboat" section
London City of Science - a fascinating guide to some of the scientists and scientific advances of the capital
UK Insurance, for pets, horses, caravans, weddings, golf, cycles, students, musical and photographic equipment, from EL Insurance Support the museum using this link
Culture 24 Comprehensive portal for petty well every Registered/Accredited UK Museum, sponsored by the Department for Culture Media and Sport
Cornucopia- the database for museums with designated collections
Association for Industrial Archaeology - Organisation for those interested in industrial history
Eye Revolution - creators of the museum's virtual cabin tour for wheelchair users
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Visit King's Cross - Tourist attractions of King's Cross
King's Cross London- Local information, what's on, and more
London Borough of Islington - The local government body for the area in which the museum is situated.
The British Library - this great epicentre of British culture is very close to the Museum
Islington.org.uk - another local community website for the Islington area of London
Camden Lock NetComprehensive site on Camden and its market and other attractions
Camden Town Online - Local Camden information
Camden Markets - with beautiful designs and map!
Camden Lock Market - The famous market at Camden, beside Camden locks, in fact there is no lock called "Camden Lock"!
Islington Chamber of Commerce- Local business association
Candid Arts Trust - Exhibition gallery
The Scala - King's Cross dance, film, art venue
Clerkenwell and Islington Guides Association - local guided tours and guides for groups
King's Cross Online - A directory of local links and places
King's Cross Central - the developers of the huge King's Cross Central site north of the station
Camley Street Natural Park - a haven for wildlife and an educational resource beside the canal
King's Cross mainline station - official site
St. Pancras International Station - official site
Voluntary Action Islington - promoting and supporting the voluntary sector
Camden Railway Heritage Trust - an excellent site explaining the history of the canal and railway archeology of the Camden Town area
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The following are Usenet Newsgroups of potential interest to users of this site:
uk.rec.waterways (covering inland waterways in the UK)
uk.culture.museums (covering museums in the UK)
alt.food.ice-cream (covering ice cream internationally)
uk.food+drink.misc (covering ice cream and food generally in the UK)
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AboutBritain.com - An online guide to Great Britain
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