The oldest continuously operated canal in North America first opened in 1832.
Full text with illustrations and maps.
Substantive article by Mike Clarke.
Extensive article with sources and footnotes. Notes the Duke as the father of the canal system in Great Britain.
Features historical facts, maps and images.
Provides illustrated articles on the main and minor canals.
Describes types and engineering methods and includes sources of information.
Topics include the great canal of Darius I, China's grand canal, flash locks and pound locks, European canals, and the Suez canal.
Includes canals by date of construction with links to photographs.
History of the canal in general, but focuses to some extent on the western portion of the canal from Palmyra (Lock 29) to Lockport (Locks 34 and 35), and particularly on the area around the City of Rochester. Includes a range of images and photographs.