Work is underways to repair locks along a stretch of canal in Northamptonshire, part of a major project to maintain the country's waterways.
The Canal & River Trust has today begun replacing gates at three locks between Whilton Locks and Long Buckby Wharf near Daventry.
About 65,000 gallons of water - equivalent to 1000 bath tubs - had to be emptied from the lock at Whilton.
The work is costing £130,000 and is expected to be finished by Christmas.
It forms part of a £45 million project to maintain and repair waterways in England and Wales.
Click below for the full report from ITV Anglia's Olivia Kinsley.