Looking back to Castleford Junction from the river heading to Leeds. The entrance to the Flood Lock is to the left. The River Calder towards Wakefield is off to the right.
Tree-lined stretch of river heading towards Leeds from Castleford Junction.
Passing the village of Allerton Bywater.
Shan House Bridge, near Mickletown. This is the new course of the River Aire constructed after the breach which flooded a nearby open-cast mine.
Approaching Lemonroyd Lock. The channel on the right leads to the weir. This lock replaced the original Lemonroyd Lock and the former Kippax Lock when the new course of the river was constructed.
The approach to Lemonroyd Lock.
Lemonroyd Lock replaced two locks - the original Lemonroyd Lock and the former Kippax Lock - so has a rise of 13' 6".
Head gates and cill at Lemonroyd Lock.
The entrance to Lemonroyd Marina is through the arch to the left. To the right is the oil terminal.
The entrance to Lemonroyd Marina.