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Location - Leeds & District

Forge Locks, Fall Woods, barge (Bramley) (8 comments)
Black & White imagec.1950s. View of the Locks at Bramley Fall Woods showing a barge just coming out of the Lock. Two men and two children can be seen on the barge with three boys fishing to the left. The Lock keepers house can be seen to the right of the photograph.
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Forge Locks, Leeds & Liverpool Canal (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows part of a flight of three-rise staircase locks on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, built between 1770 and 1777 and numbering 8,9 and 10. They are located between Kirkstall Lock in the direction of Leeds(number 7) and Newlay Locks, in the direction of Rodley (numbers 11 to 13). Known as Forge Locks, they are situated opposite the site of the now demolished Kirkstall Forge. The locks are constructed with dressed millstone grit walls and have steps on each side. Steel foot bridges have replaced the original single wooden bridge on the downstream side of each lock gate. Forge locks are Grade II listed.
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Kirkstall Forge Locks (Bramley)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Kirkstall Forge Locks. These locks are designated as a Grade II listed building and date from between 1770 and 1777. The flight of three locks are constructed with Millstone Grit walls. The stretch of the Leeds and Liverpool canal between Leeds and Gargrave was completed by 1777, and the entirety of the canal was built by 1816. Forge Locks have a rise of 23 feet 6 inches or about 7.2 metres.
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Middle Lock, Forge Locks (Bramley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the middle lock of the three-rise Forge Locks on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. These locks were constructed between 1770 and 1777 with dressed millstone grit walls. They are now Grade II listed.
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