Looking back to the Mann Island Tunnel, with the Museum of Liverpool on the left and apartments under construction on the right.
The canal opens into a small basin and then turns left into another new lock, leading to Canning Dock.
Waiting to enter the lock at Mann Island.
Looking back from Mann Island Lock.
Mann Island Lock, with the Grade 2 listed Great Western Railway goods shed on the left.
Looking out of Mann Island Lock towards Canning Dock. The difference in level at this lock varies according to the water level in Canning Dock. There is a third set of gates, shown here, which can be closed to act as floodgates when the water level in Canning Dock is higher than in the Canal Link, as it can be after a high tide.
Mann Island Lock seen from Canning Dock.
Boats leaving Mann Island Lock and crossing Canning Dock. Behind the boat on the left is one of the two Canning graving (dry) docks.