Historic Boat Owners Association:
aims and objectives include:To encourage the preservation, restoration
and use of working and ex-working narrow boats, and to establish and
maintain a narrow boat archive."
Not updated for
a while, but interesting, informative info.
Boat Operators Association: Campaigners for freight on
Inland Working Boats: Compendium
of Working Boats.
Jackson and narrow boat Roach:
One of our suppliers
and a waterbourne coal merchant since 1988.
site about surviving Fellows, Morton & Clayton boats ('Joshers')
of the 'Fish Class'.
The FMC Steam boat President website:
possibly the most famous historic boat, plus of course, the 'Salter's'
Bates Boatyard - builders and
repairers of wooden boats - they made Brighton's 'elum.
Narrow Boat Magazine - this
excellent quarterly periodical covers canal carrying
fleets, canal artwork, individual navigations, family history, plus
Barge Association - the DBA "is
for all those interested in ex-commercial Barges or any other type of
broad-beam inland waterways craft."
Models - "e you will
find details of the models we make and sell, the painted canal ware we
have for sale as wend with all
pockets in mind, radio control models with
extra features such as engine noise, smoke and lighting can also be
built to order with the main sizes being 00, 009 and N scale aimed at
the railway modelling market but also suitable for displaying in cases.
Latest News: There is now a forum
added to the site, please add any details of historic boats/fleets you
know In fact anything of a historic nature whether pictures documents
or video can be added to the forum.
Canal and River Trust
Inland Waterways Association
Camden Canals - NB Tarporley: Sister to Nuneaton and Brighton, Tarporley is run by
volunteers as a trip boat from Camden Lock - they're always on the
lookout for people to help maintain her. will
find details canal ware we
have for sale as we
Friends of the Canal Museum, Stoke Bruerne
London Canal Museum
Canal Junction: A mine of info on
all aspects of UK Waterways - look for the really excellent regular
articles by Tony Lewery, canal historian, traditional painter
and horse-drawn wooden narrowboat enthusiast.
Jim Shead's Canal Pages: Another
comprehensive overview of the canal scene - "An encyclopedia of the
canals and rivers of England and Wales, including historical data,
provided by Jim Shead, Waterways Writer and Photographer."
Narrowboat World: An entertaining
and topical website with many different points of view, updated almost
daily. They will put your email opinions on line. Not very supportive
to working boats 'tho!
Canal World Discussion Forums: a
lively and entertaing discussion forum - sometimes gets very heated,
which is even more entertaining! Highly Recommended!
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