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© Mrs Janet Roworth LRPS

IoE Number: 165195
Location: KEADBY LOCK, TRENTSIDE (east side)
Photographer: Mrs Janet Roworth LRPS
Date Photographed: 23 September 1999
Date listed: 10 September 1987
Date of last amendment: 10 September 1987
Grade II

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SE 81 SWKEADBY WITH ALTHORPETRENTSIDE(east side)Keadby4/131Keadby Lock

SE 81 SW KEADBY WITH ALTHORPE TRENTSIDE (east side) Keadby 4/131 Keadby Lock GV II Tidal canal lock and abutments for former swing bridge. 1793-1802 for the Stainforth and Keadby Canal; new lock gates and sills fitted 1932; concrete platform, lock-keeper's hut and sheet steel pilings to river front of 1970s- 80s. Ashlar-faced lock basin and bridge abutments. Timber lock gates with iron railings. Aligned east-west, with River Trent to east. Single lock basin with 2 alternating pairs of gates; the outer flood gates nearly 8 metres high. Lock wall has depth gauge in Roman numerals inscribed on north side beside outer flood gates, and inscription to centre of north side recording fitting of new gates and sills in August 1932. To west of lock are abutments for former swing road bridge with curved recessed retaining walls to north and south, and coped stone wall to southern entrance with wooden and iron barred gate. C20 swing road bridge to west, and brick walls around lock are not included in the listing. The Stainforth and Keadby Canal, built to by-pass the lower reaches of the River Don, was purchased by the South Yorkshire Railway Co which opened a line along the north canal bank in 1859. Its terminus beside Keadby Lock was superceded in 1864 when the line was diverted to Keady Bridge a mile to the south.

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