Lee and Stort Navigation (Bow Lock)

The Lee and Stort Navigation (Bow Lock) is a tidal river and is part of the Lee and Stort Navigation. It runs for ¾ furlongs through 1 lock from Tail of Bow Locks (where it joins the Lee and Stort Navigation (Bow Creek)) to Head of Bow Locks (where it joins the Lee and Stort Navigation (Limehouse Cut) and the Lee and Stort Navigation (River Lee: commercial section)).

The maximum dimensions for a boat to be able to travel on the waterway are 88 feet long and 15 feet and 9 inches wide. The maximum headroom is 9 feet. The maximum draught is 12 feet and 6 inches.

The navigational authority for this waterway is Canal & River Trust

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Tail of Bow Locks
Bow Locks No 20 ¼ furlongs 0 locks
Bow Locks Footbridge ½ furlongs 1 lock
Head of Bow Locks ¾ furlongs 1 lock
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Bow Locks - Wikipedia
Bow Locks (grid reference TQ383824) (No20) is a set of bi-directional locks in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The locks link the tidal Bow Creek to the River Lee Navigation, which is a .... History of the Lee and Stort Navigation. Richard ...
Lee & Stort Navigation
The Stort Navigation is 13.8 miles (22.0 km) long and has 15 locks. Bow Creek ( the original tidal outlet of the Lee) joins the Navigation at Three Mills and joins ...
Hackney Cut - Wikipedia
The Hackney Cut is an artificial channel of the Lee Navigation built in England in 1769 by the ... When built it contained two pound locks and a half-lock, but was rebuilt to handle ... The lock was semi-tidal, as the level on this section of the river was maintained by Bow tidal gates, but ... History of the Lee and Stort Navigation.
Rivers Lee & Stort Map
River Lee Navigation. River Stort Navigation. Bow Creek (tidal) ... Tunnel. Bow Lock. Pickett's Lock. Stonebridge Lock. Feilde's. Weir Lock. Feilde's. Weir Lock.
Lee Navigation - Wikipedia
The Lee Navigation is a canalised river incorporating the River Lea It runs from Hertford Castle Weir to the River Thames at Bow Creek; its first lock is Hertford Lock and its last Bow Locks. .... The Lee Navigation bought the Stort Navigation in 1911, and instituted further improvements, including reconstruction of the locks  ...
A History (River Lee and Stort Navigation)
Opening of the River Stort Navigation from the Lee at Rye House to Bishop's ... and Bromley and new locks at Hunter's Gate (Bow Bridge) and Old Ford. 1855.
Lee and stort
6th October 2013: After being invited to catalogue the River Stort Navigation .... Lea Bridge, Hackney Marsh, Bow Lock, Limehouse Cut and Limehouse Lock.
Waterway Gazetteer for Lee and Stort Navigation (River Stort - Main ...
It runs for 13 miles and 2½ furlongs through 15 locks from Rye House Junction ( where it joins the Lee and Stort Navigation (River Lee)) to Causeway Bridge ...
Lee Navigation | Canal Map | Canal & River Trust
The River Lee Navigation runs from rural Hertfordshire into the heart of London, and a ... Aqueduct / Bridge. Access Point. Lock. Services. Mooring. Elsan. Pump Out ... A new riverside walkway has been created at the A11 in Bow, the towpath improved for walkers ... The River Stort joins the Lee a few miles below Hertford.
Lee & Stort Navigation | England | european-waterways.eu ...
Information to the watersLee & Stort Navigation | England in Great Britain: ... covers the rivers Lee, Bow Back, Old Lee, City Mills, Waterworks and Stort. ... Hertford Union Canal in East London, it extends northward to Field's Weir lock.
Information retrieved Friday 23 June 2017 at 8:08

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[Hackney Cut] [Limehouse Cut] [Pond Lane Flood Gates] [Bow Creek (England)] [Bow Back Rivers] [Bow Locks] [City Mill River] [Three Mills Wall River Weir] [Lee Conservancy Police] [Lee Navigation]
Information retrieved Tuesday 29 December 2015 at 10:15