Past conferences

WCC 2016 – Inverness, Scotland

WCC 2016
Read our brief report on this conference, or visit the conference web site

 

WCC 2015 – Ghent, Belgium

WCC 2015 Ghent

 

 

 

WCC 2014 – Milan, Italy

WCC 2014 Milan

 

 

WCC 2013 – Toulouse, France

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WCC 2012 – Yangzhou, China

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2011 – Groningen, Netherlands

WCC 2011

 

 

 

 

WCC 2010 – Rochester, New York, USA

WCC 2010

 

 

WCC 2009 Novi Sad, Serbia

WCC 2009
Vode Vojvodine & Danube Propeller

 

 

WCC 2008 – Kingston, Ontario, Canada

WCC 2007 – Liverpool, England UK

WCC 2006 – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

WCC 2005 – Trollhättan, Sweden

WCC 2004 – St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

WCC 2003 – Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

WCC 2002 – Montreal, Canada

WCC 2001 – Dublin, Ireland & Belfast, Northern Ireland

WCC 2000 – Rochester, NY, USA

WCC 1999 – Lille, France and La Louvière, Belgium

WCC 1998 – Michigan, Illinois USA

WCC 1997 – Pawtucket, USA

(Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor)

WCC 1996 – Birmingham, England, UK

(British Waterways)

Name changed to World Canals Conference

WCC 1995 – Augusta, GA, USA (Augusta Canal National Heritage Area)

WCC 1994 – Peterborough, Canada (Trent-Severn Waterway)

WCC 1993 – Fall River, Nova Scotia, Canada

(Shubenacadie Canal)

WCC 1992 – Bethesda, MD, USA

(Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park)

WCC 1991 – Brecksville, Ohio, USA

(Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor, Cuyahoga Valley National Park)

WCC 1990 – Smiths Falls, ONT, Canada

(Rideau Canal National Historic Site of Canada)

Name changed to International Conference on Historic Canals

WCC 1989 – Easton, PA, USA (Delaware & Lehigh Canal National Heritage Corridor)

WCC 1988 – Spring Grove, Illinois

(Illinois & Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor)

1st National Conference on Historic Canals