For those interested in similar ventures in the local area and beyond, we have compiled the following list of links to other websites.Click on the links to open a new browser window. Devon Heritage More information on the Stover Canal and the local area. The Ball Clay Heritage Society Ball clay was the original reason for the existence of the Stover Canal. The Ball Clay Heritage Society, in its own words, 'exists to preserve, conserve and realise the rich heritage of ball clay production in South and North Devon and Dorset, and to further public knowledge and understanding of all aspects of the industry.' The Templer Family Andrew Templer is a descendant of James and George Templer. His website contains lots of interesting information about the Templer family and their legacy. The Haytor Quarries and Granite Tramway Legendary Dartmoor Graphic and informative websites focusing on the history of the granite quarries at Haytor and George Templer’s Granite Tramway. Templer Way - Visit DartmoorTempler Way - Devon County CouncilTempler Way - GPS Walking RouteThe Templer Way is an 18 mile long heritage trail that follows, as closely as possible, the route of the Granite Tramway, Canal and the River Teign from the Haytor Quarries high on Dartmoor to the docks at Teignmouth. The route is well signposted and can equally be enjoyed in sections or in its entirety. Sibelco A significant part of the canal runs alongside land quarried by Sibelco. The company has been a generous and enthusiastic supporter of the work of the Stover Canal Society and Stover Canal Trust, having provided both financial and practical assistance. Canal Junction A large and diverse site covering many aspects of the waterways - boat owning, hiring, cruising and heritage. Kelly MineAnother local heritage site, Kelly Mine is a Devon iron mine situated on the eastern flank of Dartmoor near Lustleigh. Orefrom this mine was carried on the Stover Canal.Tavistock Canal Industrial archaeology in West Devon. Rolle CanalTorrington, Devon. Bude CanalBude Canal Trust North Cornwall. Grand Western Canal Boatlifts Explanation of boatlifts and their use, particularly at Nynehead, Somerset. Disused Stations -Teigngrace Halt The remains of this railway station halt on the Teign Valley line between Newton Abbot and Exeter can be seen from the upper reaches of the canal towpath. The buildings can be seen in their former glory on this website.The Association for Industrial ArchaeologyThe AIA is the national society for industrial heritage, and has supported and promoted the study, preservation and presentation of industrial heritage in Britain since 1973.The Inland Waterways Association Campaigning for the use, maintenance and restoration of Britains inland waterways. Waterway Recovery Group A national group of volunteers dedicated to restoring and preserving waterways in the UK. The Stover Trail Cycle and Walkway Constructed by Devon County Council in 2015 between Newton Abbot and Bovey Tracey passing by the Stover Canal.