Whitchurch Lock

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Information about Whitchurch Lock

Address:
Whitchurch Lock, Ferry Lane, Whitchurch-on-Thames, South Oxfordshire, West Berkshire, South East, England, RG8 7DN, United Kingdom

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Description Whitchurch Lock

Whitchurch Lock is a lock and weir situated on the River Thames in England. It is a pound lock, built by the Thames Navigation Commissioners in 1787. It is on an island near the Oxfordshire village of Whitchurch-on-Thames and is inaccessible except by boat.
The weir crosses the river to the Berkshire village of Pangbourne .


== History ==

There was a flash lock recorded at Whitchurch in the 16th century. The sketch map shows the main dam, which was solid and rose to a height above normal high

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