Only just past this bridge - look out for a little path on your left. walk down this path a short way and you'll see a lime-kiln built against the canal bank retaining wall. In need of a bit of TLC but a great surviving piece of industrial archaeology. On the opposite bank, look out for sanstone escarpments which have been quarried in the past and for what is now a concrete coped mooring on the opposite bank where the quarried stone was once loaded to barges.
Over the bridge the track leads to what is now Riddlesden golf course (closed).
And on the towpath end of the bridge is now a post bearing waymarkers for Silsden Strolls (Silstrolls.org.uk)