Lock 1   the top lock, was behind Hudd’s Mill in Stamford

  River Gwash   the real source of water for the canal

  Uffington Park   with two bridges on route to the Barnack Road

  Locks 2, 3 & 4   were the three locks around Copthill Farm

  Locks 5 & 6   through Tallington village to Horse Holmes fields

  Locks 7 & 8   in West Deeping and to Lammas Lock in Eastfield

  Lock 9   with the road turnpike going alongside Molecey Mill

  Lock 10   at Market Deeping was the last (or first) canal lock  

  Lock 11    High Lock, on the river at Deeping St James weir

  Lock 12   was Low Lock, on an island, going past the last weir

  Flood Relief   from the Maxey Cut after the canal’s route closed

 The route of the canal from Stamford to the Deepings


 The Stamford Canal << The earliest proper canal in England? <<