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River Thames Locks

There are 45 locks on the non-tidal River Thames.

Each one has its own individual history and unique personality. From the famous 'Father Thames' statue and the site of the first pineapple grown in Britain to a garden redesigned by the BBC's Ground Force.

To find out more about the locks, follow the links below: 

St John's King's Benson Marsh Romney
Buscot Godstow Cleeve Hambleden Old Windsor
Grafton Osney Goring Hurley Bell Weir
Radcot Iffley Whitchurch Temple Penton Hook
Rushey Sandford Mapledurham Marlow Chertsey
Shifford Abingdon Caversham Cookham Shepperton
Northmoor Culham Blake's Boulters Sunbury
Pinkhill Clifton Sonning Bray Molesey
Eynsham Day's Shiplake Boveney Teddington

If you want to find out about the facilities at each lock, visit the Environment Agency locks page. Please note that when visiting a lock site, care should be taken at all times, for guidance on safety at River Thames locks, go to the Environment Agency's safety at locks pages. 

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