On this page we have included other links and helpful/useful items that you may be interested in taking a look at.
Camera Images provide one to one training for Nikon users, and although do not have any courses specifically for canal photography, they are able to provide practical training at a canal location. They have a number of canals within easy reach of their base including the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal, Oxford Canal, and Stratford-Upon-Avon canal. Take a look at their website for details of the courses they provide and for contact details to discuss your particular individual requirements. See Camera Images.
We have a selection of books on this topic here. If you can't find what you are looking for here then visit our online bookshop and search of UK Canals or for the particular canal you are looking to find information on.
Other sources of information on canals
www.waterscape.com/canals-and-rivers has a map, and drop down box of all the canals and rivers featured, a lot of the pages have little on or are disused remains. 8 major rivers and canals are shown as links on most pages.
www.britishwaterways.co.uk/home redirects all information links to waterscape.
Broads Authority - National Park
Canalplan www2.mihalis.net/canal/cgi-bin/index.cgi?norun=yes route planning and gazetteer. If after selecting a route you select ‘Itinerary+’ you get a very detailed guide. There is also a ‘visual cruise’ that follows the route on a map showing photos along the way. For Example: Gloucester to Bristol is 16 days and 277 miles by canal/river passing through 255 locks, or 52 miles and a day and a bit, 1 lock.
Canal Junction www.canaljunction.com/canal/maps.htm
PDF Map of Waterways of Britain http://www.ukcanals.net/iwmap.pdf
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