Many of Yorkshire's navigations are currently closed due to flooding caused by heavy rain.
Flood locks have been closed on the Calder and Hebble Navigation and the Aire and Calder Navigation. The "Don Doors" - the guillotine gates each side of the Don Aqueduct on the New Junction Canal - are also closed.
These stopppages are likely to remain in place for the rest of today.
Any enquiries about these stoppages should be made to the Canal and River Trust on 0303 0404040.
Update Wednesday 26th September, 9.00 am:
The flood lock gates on the Aire & Calder and the Calder & Hebble will remain closed today. The "Don Doors" on the New Junction Canal also remain closed.
Update Thursday 27th September:
The "Don Doors" on the New Junction Canal should by now have been re-opened but all the flood locks on the Aire & Calder will remain closed today. No information has been received about the Calder & Hebble.
Update Friday 28th September:
Water levels remain high on both the Calder & Hebble and the Aire & Calder Navigations so the flood locks are still shut.
Canal and River Trust staff will be monitoring the levels over the weekend and when they reduce to a safe level they will start to open the flood locks.
Update Tuesday 2nd October:
All flood locks on the Calder & Hebble Navigation have now been re-opened.
Don Aqueduct, New Junction Canal