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Lifetimes at Salford Museum and Art Gallery
LifeTimes brings the history of Salford to life by revisiting both major events and everyday experiences, from royal visits and Whit walks to wash days and schooldays.

Revolution in Salford!
Information about Worsley and the early history of the Bridgewater Canal.
The official site of Manchester Ship Canal Company.

The Waterways Trust
The Waterways Trust The Waterways Trust aims to promote greater public enjoyment and awareness of the UK's waterways; to develop partnerships to secure funding for the conservation and restoration of waterways; and help to realise the social, environmental, educational and economic potential of living waterways.

The Boat Museum
Homepage of the Boat Museum at Ellesmere Port.
Homepage of the Inland Waterways Association.
An ongoing Project to create a Bridgewater Canal Linear Industrial Heritage Park.

Salford University Special Collections - Duke of Bridgewater Archive
An online listing of this remarkable archive consisting of papers relating to Francis Egerton, 3rd Duke of Bridgewater, and the building of the Bridgewater Canal.

The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester
The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester Located in the historic buildings of the world's oldest passenger railway station, the Museum has galleries packed full of fascinating facts and amazing artefacts.

Simmons Aerofilms
Simmons Aerofilms Aerofilms was founded in 1919 as Britain's first commercial aerial photography company. Over the years the Library has grown to over 700,000 oblique aerial images.

Greater Manchester County Record Office
Greater Manchester County Record Office The GMCRO stores historical records relating to the Greater Manchester area, and makes them available for members of the public for research. There are now some 4 miles of shelving of records, which date back to 1197.