At Bank Doles Junction on the Aire and Calder Navigation, a short branch (originally the main line) heads off under Trundles Lane Bridge towards Bank Doles Lock and the River Aire .
Looking back to Bank Doles Junction, Knottingley. The main line of the Aire and Calder Navigation now comes from Goole on the left and continues to Castleford and Leeds straight ahead.
After Trundles Lane Bridge the Bank Doles Cut curves round towards Bank Doles Lock.
Bank Doles Lock, with the River Aire in the background.
The downstream entrance to Bank Doles Lock, with the River Aire on the right.
Looking back to Bank Doles Lock from the River Aire.
Pylons dominate the landscape near Willow Garths.
Looking back towards Kellingley Colliery from the sharp bend at Kellingley Crook. Kellingley Colliery, Britain's last deep coal mine,closed in 2015.
Looking back near Beal towards Ferrybridge Power Station.
Beal Bridge, River Aire. The navigation turns right into a lock cut just after the bridge.