Molesey Lock

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Molesey Lock, Barge Walk, East Molesey, Thames Ditton, Elmbridge, Surrey, South East, England, KT8 9AJ, United Kingdom

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Description Molesey Lock

Molesey Lock is a lock on the River Thames in England at East Molesey, Surrey on the right bank.
The lock was built by the City of London Corporation in 1815 and was rebuilt by the Thames Conservancy in 1906. It is the second longest on the river at 81.78 m (268 ft 4 in); it is the second lowest of the non-tidal river and third-lowest including Richmond Lock on the Tideway. Upstream of the lock are moorings for small boats, specifically skiff, paddleboard, small speedboat and open kayak hire, a

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