Old Windsor Lock

Local nameOld Windsor Lock
LocationOld Windsor, UK

Old Windsor Lock is a lock on the River Thames in England on the right bank beside Old Windsor, Berkshire. The lock marks the downstream end of the New Cut, a meander cutoff built in 1822 by the Thames Navigation Commissioners which created Ham Island. The lock and a wider footbridge give access to the island. Two weirs are associated; the smaller adjoins and the larger is upstream. The lock is the ninth lowest of the forty-five on the river.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Windsor_Lock

Coordinates 51°27'48.663" N -0°34'8.979" E

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