By car - there's limited on-street parking in the area, several pay & display options in town, or park at Bingley Station car park (Wellington Street BD16 2NA) and walk along the towpath. By train - Bingley Station is just a few minutes to the Leeds & Liverpool Canal and then the five rise locks are a 10 or so minute walk up the towpath
The name Bingley is derived fromÂ aÂ Saxon origin, meaning "Bing's clearing", though this would not be the original spelling or pronunciation of Bing. Bingley is thought to have been founded around a ford on the River Aire. This crossing gave access to the villages of Harden, Cullingworth and Wilsden on the south side of the river.
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The five-rise is the steepest flight of locks in the UK, with a gradient of about 1:5 (a rise of 59 ft 2 in (18.03 m) over a distance of 320 ft (98 m)). The intermediate and bottom gates are the tallest in the country. Because of the complications of working a staircase lock and because so many boaters (both first-time hirers and new owners ...
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The Bingley Arms. The Bingley Arms in Bardsey, perhaps Britain's oldest pub. The Bingley Arms is a public house in Bardsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It claims to be both the oldest surviving business and oldest surviving pub in the United Kingdom. It is possibly the fourth oldest surviving business in Europe.