Deighton Corn Mills, next to Whittaker Bridge carrying the A62 Leeds Road. The bridge was also known as Woodhouse Mills Bridge. Woodhouse Mills had been situated to the right of the canal onthe far side of the bridge.
Looking south from the A62 Leeds Road, at Whittaker Bridge, near Deighton Station.
Marge the Barge heads south towards Whittaker Bridge, Deighton, with the disused Deighton Viaduct and Dalton Bank in the background.
Lock 4, Vernon Lock (sometimes called Longlands Lock) and Vernon Bridge. Note the gate mounted paddle gear common on this canal.
Lock 4, Vernon Lock, looking back southwards towards the disused Deighton Viaduct.
Looking back to Vernon Bridge and Vernon Lock, with Neptune Way retail units beyond.
Joe Kayes Bridge next to Lock 3, Ladgrave Lock. This lock was originally called Johnson's Lock.
Crook balance beams at Lock 3, Ladgrave Lock. The beams are crooked to allow the gates to be opened with the proximity of the bridge. The lock and bridge are almost identical to Vernon Lock.
Looking south to Joe Kayes Bridge and Ladgrave Lock in 2002.
Looking south to Joe Kayes Bridge and Ladgrave Lock in 2013, with the brick building having been replaced by the vast building that is the new home of Sellers Engineers. The move from their previous base at Chapel Hill has enabled the Huddersfield Narrow Canal to be rebuilt at surface level at Lock 3w.