Black Country Living Museum -Award-winning open-air museum. The World’s First Industrial Landscape celebrated at the Black Country Living Museum. The museum tells the story of the industrial revolution through the everyday lives of the people whose skills shaped the modern world.
Gloucester Waterways Museum – History of the Canals. The Gloucester Waterways Museum is housed in a Grade II listed warehouse at the heart of Gloucester's docks and beside the Gloucester and Sharpness Ship Canal and River Severn.
London Canal Museum – The Story of London’s Canals. The London Canal Museum is housed in a building that was built in the 1860s as an ice warehouse adjoining Battlebridge basin on the Regent's Canal.
Shardlow Heritage Centre – history of this 18th Century Canal Port. Shardlow has a unique place in the history of this country. The 18th century canal port, with all its associated wharves and warehouses is clearly to be seen.
Stoke Bruerne Canal Museum – the history of Britain’s Canals. The Canal Museum provides an excellent overview of the history of Britain's canals. Together with the audio guide that is free with museum entry, it is the key to understanding the rich heritage of the Grand Union Canal.
The National Waterways Museum. The National Waterways Museum has one of the world's largest floating collections of traditional canal craft. They include narrowboats, canal barges, river barges, canal and river tugs, icebreakers and a coaster.
Canal Boat Steering - How to Move Your Boat£9.00 Add to basket
Tales from the Tillerman£12.99 Add to basket
Nicholson Boating Handbook£12.99 Add to basket
Inland Cruising£9.99 Add to basket
The Inland Waterways Manual£15.99 Add to basket
Canal and River Cruising£7.95 Add to basket
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Going It Alone£5.00 Add to basket
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