Barrowford Locks

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Leeds and Liverpool Canal Tow Path, Barrowford, United Kingdom
Barrowford Locks - Dad at Barrowford Locks, Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Barrowford Locks - Barrowford Locks, Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Barrowford Locks - Barrowford Locks, Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Barrowford Locks - Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Barrowford

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The Barrowford Locks are seven of the 91 locks on Leeds and Liverpool Canal, the longest single waterway in Britain which starts from Leeds, crosses the Pennines, and finishes in Liverpool.

It was built in 1816, engineered by John Longbotham (with involvement from James Brindley and Robert Whitworth). The aim of the canal was to transport goods quickly and economically from city to city. Today the canal is used for leisure purposes such as boating and walking, running and cycling on tow paths.

My aim is to walk, in stages, the whole of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
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