Bingley Three Rise Locks
Bingley Three Rise Locks is a staircase of three locks on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. It opened in 1774 and was a major feat of engineering at the time along with the larger Five Rise opened at the same time and several hundred metres further up. The lock comprises a staircase flight—the lower gate of one lock forming the upper gate of the next lock.
In 2007 the lock gates were refurbished with full replacement of the gates taking place in December 2015. Hand crafted English Oak gates weighing 4.5 tonnes (5.0 tons) were swung into place on the locks in a £3.5 million modernisation programme.
- Bingley Five Rise Locks in West Yorkshire
- Foxton Locks near Market Harborough, Leicestershire
- Watford Locks in Northamptonshire
- Caen Hill Locks near Devizes, Wiltshire
- Fourteen Locks near Newport, South Wales
- Tardebigge Locks near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
- Historic England. "Leeds & Liverpool Canal; Three-Rise Locks with overflow channel (Grade II*) (1133361)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
- White, Clive (13 November 2007). "Three Rise Locks get 18th century makeover". Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
- Tate, Chris (19 October 2015). "Restoration work to start at Bingley Three Rise Locks". Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
- Pennine Waterways
- Historic England. "Details from listed building database (1133361)". National Heritage List for England.
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