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Bingley easy to get to on the train for a good day out . Nice steady walk from the station to the Five Locks, with a superb view from the top after, as you would expect , a fairly steep climb. Being reasonably warm we...More
Bingleys hidden gem. Beautiful Bingleys famous 5 rise locks. Stunning views from the top .... if you’re brave enough to stand on one of the small bridges over a lock when it is filling you’ll be mesmerised by the thrill of seeing all the water...More
The Bingley Five Locks is a delightful place to spend a few hours or even an afternoon. We were lucky to have been able to watch three boats transition through. I took a time lapse video and it turned out real well. There is a...More
As it's on my patch, I'm a regular visitor and it never fails to be delightful. But to get the best out of your visit, try to go when there are barges using the facility, during the warmer months of the year.
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We popped over to Bingley for a quick half hour just to see the locks but it turn into a great interactive experience. Our children were able to assist in dropping down a canal boat through all 5 stages. Really friendly staff, fantastically fun and...More
Nice sunny sunday afternoon. Bikes out and and a family ride along the canal to the 5 rise locks.
Lovely ride along a nicely maintained canal path. Passed a couple smaller locks on the way.
On arriving, the hill up the locks took the wind...More
Hard to locate but worth the effort.lots to amuse the visitor watch boats going up and down. Free entertainment and everyone is friendly. Take something to feed the ducks and geese. Have reasonably priced snacks at the waterside café.then walk the short distance to Three...More
These are truly a sight to behold. it takes approx 45 mins for a boat to get through these locks from bottom to top or vica versa. Stand, watch, take in and Enjoy being part of it. The five rise café at the top of...More
It has been a while since I have walked up to the Bingley Five locks.. Parked my car at Salts mill and walked to the Locks. Alot of changes and residential appeared. The one thing that still annoys me is the cyclists who seem to...More