Maryhill Locks, built 1787-1790 for the Forth & Clyde Canal. There are five locks in this flight, which is known as the Maryhill Locks. Numbered 21 to 25, they assist the canal in its descent into the Kelvin valley, and each lock is connected with its neighbour by an oval basin. The purpose of the basins was to permit boats to pass each other whilst going through the series of locks.
My TOAL spot was on Bantaskin St. outside Scottish Canals property. Although I've put land owner permissions not known, Scottish Canals do have a drone policy. Details at - https://www.scottishcanals.co.uk/news/use-drones-scotlands-canals/
Land owner permission requirements unknown.
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Co-ordinates: 55.89376, -4.298183 • what3words: ///parks.saints.chill