They have a combined rise/fall of 16 feet 1 inch (4.9 m).
The two locks at Semington are known as Buckley's (No.15) and Barrett's (No.16).
Adjacent to the locks is the point at which the former Wilts and Berks Canal joined the Kennet and Avon.
Close by, the Grade II listed Semington Aqueduct carries the canal over the Semington Brook. East of the locks, the canal crosses the New Semington Aqueduct, built in 2004 to bridge the newly constructed Semington village bypass (A350 road).
|Next lock upstream||Kennet and Avon Canal||Next lock downstream|
|Seend Locks||Semington Locks
- Pearson, Michael (2003). Kennet & Avon Middle Thames:Pearson's Canal Companion. Rugby: Central Waterways Supplies. ISBN 0-907864-97-X.
- Allsop, Niall (1987). The Kennet & Avon Canal. Bath: Millstream Book. ISBN 0-948975-15-6.
- "Semington Aqueduct". Images of England. Retrieved 25 October 2006.
- "The Wiltshire County Council (Semington Aqueduct) Scheme 2000 Confirmation Instrument 2002". Statutory Instrument, HMSO. Retrieved 27 October 2006.
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