This spectacular drone footage takes you alongside the size of Foxton Locks, close to Market Harborough, and alongside the encircling canals.
The footage was taken by Zac Soden of the drone group, Leicestershire from the Sky, when he visited the locks on Thursday September 19.
The grade II listed locks are located on the Leicester line of the Grand Union Canal and are greater than 200 years previous.
(Picture: Zac Soden/Leicestershire from the Sky)
Foxton Locks options various gates alongside the stretch of water, and are used to get the boats up and down the steep hill.
This methodology was developed by engineers within the 19th century.
There are ten locks on this stretch of water, and it takes a median of 45 minutes for boats to journey by way of all of the locks.
Alongside the locks are various ponds, these present reserves of water used within the locks and stop wastage.
These ponds are additionally a habitat for native wildlife.
Surrounding the locks there’s a museum, brought on the Boiler Home, which was residence to the boiler and mechanical workings that powered the barge containers up and down.
There may be additionally a café and a restaurant overlooking the locks and the canals.