A team of volunteers working to restore a stretch of the Swansea Canal say they're getting closer their goal of reopening its 'hidden lock'.
Only a few miles of the canal remain open, but the Swansea Canal Society are trying to reopen another section.
They're hard at work building a new towpath along the lock and hope to excavate it to allow the canal to flow openly.
The section of the canal was filled in during the 1970s, and was then built over.
The building has now been demolished, with the rubble being used to help build the new towpath.
The volunteers are also renovating a stretch of the canal owned by the Canal and River Trust.
Hear from the team in our video below:
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