Friday, 13 April 2018
Woodside Mill Lock Overflows.
There isn't really a lot I can add to this other than recently whilst walking along the canal from Elland to Salterhebble I was passing Woodside Mill Lock which was once again overflowing. Usually it's the lower gate that flows over but the lock had recently been used so was refilling with the upper gate now acting as a small waterfall. I spent a few short moments filming it with my Samsung Tablet and this is the resulting short video.
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