Broad Cut Low Lock, at the eastern end of Broad Cut. The unnavigable river carries on to the right.
The towpath from Wakefield is on the right hand (north) bank of the river and there is no longer a bridge across to the lock at this point. Walkers will need to continue alongside the river to the railway bridge, which also has a footway crossing the river, and re-join the towpath near the Navigation Inn.
Broad Cut Low Lock attracting attention from people out walking on a Sunday afternoon.
A boat moves towards Broad Cut Low Lock, heading downstream towards Wakefield.
Looking along Broad Cut from near the Low Lock.
Waller Bridge, Broad Cut.
Looking along Broad Cut towards the railway bridge, with the Navigation Inn off to the right.
Broad Cut Top Lock, looking back to the railway bridge.
Hartley Bank Bridge, Horbury New Cut.
Horbury Bridge, with the Bingley Arms alongside.
Just west of Horbury Bridge, this short arm leads to a small basin and the remains of a former lock that led down onto the river to give access to riverside mills.
Looking back to Horbury Bridge, with the short arm going off to the left.