Foxton Locks are ten canal locks consisting of two "staircases" each of five locks, located on the Leicester line of the Grand Union Canal about 3 miles (5 km.) west of the Leicestershire town of Market Harborough and are named after the nearby village of Foxton. Below the bottom lock is this side area which is used as moorings, indeed it looked to me on my visit that some of the narrow boats might be moored there permanently.
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