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Fisherman's Inn

Fisherman's public house and Dobb Kiln Lane.

Front of Fisherman's Inn public house Fisherman's Inn public house

The Fisherman’s dates from around 1880, and was built as a public house. It is popular not only with fishermen, but also cyclists and people on canal cruises and boat trips.

The houses at 1-3 Dobb Kiln Lane next to the public house are converted from canal warehouses and a lime kiln.

1 Dobb Kiln Lane is on the site of the Dowley Gap limekilns.

Along the towpath you can see the broad coping stones and mooring rings of the adjacent wharves.

Stories of night canal watch.

Former canal warehouses and site of lime kiln on Dobb Kiln Lane, now residential properties

Former canal warehouses and site of lime kiln on Dobb Kiln Lane.

Details of Bingley to Saltaire trail app

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Last date edited: 21 July 2015