Slaithwaite is higher than Linthwaite (which is higher than Milnsbridge), so I passed a fair number of locks:
The canal also runs more or less parallel to the River Colne (and I saw men playing cricket over on the far side, but not anywhere it was easy to photograph them):
Passing more locks and various old mill and factory buildings, I eventually arrived at Slaithwaite:
My main target was Cobweb Antiques, which turned out to be just as full of delights as all my other regular haunts. Then just along the road, I found The Green Valley Grocer, where I was able to buy fancy cheeses and a chilli pepper to eat with the leek from my garden.
Heading back along the towpath with my purchases, I photographed the canal basin, another lock, and the Titanic Mill (now fancy apartments and a spa):
Definitely a walk I want to repeat, although next time I plan to do the whole route on foot.