Interactive waterways route planner - plan your trip, find out times and information and see photos of places along the way
Canals and navigable rivers of the South Pennines, UK - Huddersfield, Rochdale, Leeds & Liverpool, Bridgewater, Macclesfield, Peak Forest, South Yorkshire, etc. Virtual cruises, etc.
|Waterway Routes (Maps and DVDs)|
● Producing the clearest and most up-to-date maps of the waterways for instant download. GPS tracking and seamless scrolling on Android, iPhone/iPad, Windows and Mac plus Acrobat (pdf) version for printing A4 or A5. Monthly updates keep these maps current.● Popular DVDs show the routes (like a television programme) and Bowcam DVDs show the whole route speeded up for a little fun, all with full commentary, background music, and navigation advice.● Available from the Waterway Routes website, from our Waterway Routes narrowboat, or from our stand at the Crick Boat Show.
Narrow boat share re-sales site
|Jim Shead's Waterways Information|
An encyclopedia of the canals and rivers of England and Wales, including historical data, provided by Jim Shead, Waterways Writer and Photographer.
|Open Canal Map|
Free UK Canal and River map for Desktop, Android and iPhone / iPad – created through user contribution and Canal and River Trust Map Open Data
|Canal Shop Company|
Website specialising in canal and inland waterways items, books guides, dvds etc. Also includes a waterways website directory.
A photographic guide to walking and cycling along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. Includes a pub guide, canal history including the WW2 Defences of Lancashire. Also includes the Tavistock Canal, Regents Canal, Bude Canal, Chester Canal and many more!
General information about canals & narrowboats
Shared ownership narrowboats - the independent information source
|Tony Clayton's Canal Photographs|
Photographs taken on the waterways system since the early 1970's
|Hollinwood Canal Society|
Aiming to preserve and eventually restore the Hollinwood Branch of the Ashton Canal
|UK Waterways Ranking Site|
UK Waterways Ranking Site
|Wilderness Boat Owners Club|
Our website has information about our boats and about trailing them to waterways, both large and small, across UK and Europe. Many visits in support of canal restoration projects. It contains information about slipways, waterways and pictures of both that members have visited.
Solar panels fitted to your narrowboat
|Boaters' Christian Fellowship|
If you are a Christian, and have a love of the British Canals and Rivers, then the Boaters' Christian Fellowship is for you! Despite the name, you do not need a boat to be a member.
Long term Narrow boat (and other boat) rental
|Thames Motor Boaters Association|
Representing Motor Boaters on the non tidal Thames
|Melton and Oakham Waterways Society|
Tells the world how things are going on the Melton Navigation and Oakham Canal
|The Doggie Boat|
Roving Canal Trader selling Doggie related goodies for those at both ends of the lead! We trade online as well as towpath-side. Loosely based in the West Midlands.
|nb Sola Gratia|
Webpage about nb Sola Gratia - Continuously Cruising the connected Inland Waterways system of Britain. Follow Tim, Tracey & Guide Dog Oakley on their travels.
All about the activities of James and Janice Steckerl on board their narrow boat 'Two Jays'
|The River Gipping Trust|
The River Gipping Trust Ltd was formed in 2007 by a group from the Ipswich Branch of IWA. One of its main aims is the restoration of the Stowmarket Navigation. Our website has been completely overhaiuled to make it mobile friendly. Try it and let us know what you think.
|Aqueducts of the Inland Waterways|
A collection of photos and historical comment about the UK's aqueducts, the underappreciated heros of the inland waterways system
|The Canal and Tag Cut|
Local history site with details of the Calder & Hebble Navigation and Tag Cut
|Google Earth Canal Maps|
An ongoing attempt to map every single navigable, un-navigable, derelict and extinct canal in the UK
Photography Site with News and Views of the Uttoxeter Canal
|NB Tilly May|
Trials & Tribulations of NB Tilly May
UK Waterways Web Ring member