The remains of Lock 17, the top lock of the Stairfoot flight, can just be seen in the undergrowth.
The offside wall of the lock chamber is visible in the centre of the picture. This is now private land.
Immediately above this lock was the junction from which the Worsborough Branch led off to the south.
A few yards further on from Stairfoot Locks and Junction is a short section of canal in water.
Looking back towards Stairfoot Locks.
After a hundred yards or so the canal has been infilled.
Looking east from the site of Caulk or Cork Bridge, where Caulk Lane crossed the canal.
The site of the dropped bridge carrying Caulk Lane, looking east.
Looking west from Caulk Lane towards Stairfoot. The canal channel is intact but dry.
There is a small amount of water in the canal bed.
The dry canal passes around the back of the Tesco store towards the one-way system at Stairfoot.
Looking east at the rear of Tesco.