This is where boats were gauged and tolls were levied.
Same place when it was covered.
Our route is to the right and into the basin
A close up of the entrance to the basin
Looking back to toll house bridge where we came in
A bend to the left past the only remaining canal buildings
Boats will never pass through the bridge as the end of the basin is surrounded by residential flats. The money they pay means they will not want a lot of narrow boats moored under their windows running engines and lighting smoky fires.