The map that I used to have on canals.com has been retired, as new maps,
available elsewhere and listed below, are better. Have a look, and pick
your favourite. Please note that derelict canals are missing, and
current restorations-in-progress may not be well represented. Please
let me know (email address below) if you find any other online maps
that you like for this page.
Google Earth Canal Maps
- as of 15 Oct 2015, the creator of this project has ended it, saying
"I don’t have the time/energy to convert the maps to the new format that Google insists on using"
- canals highlighted on google map/satellite view; click on
canal to identify it. [Thanks to Dan Engstrom for suggesting this site.]
Water Explorer Interactive Canal Map
- map or satellite view; when you zoom in far enough, you can
see markers for locks, bridges, winding holes - place your cursor
over these markers to identify them.
[Thanks to Dan Engstrom for suggesting this site.]