Sunday, 25 September 2011
Thames Barriers -- keeping water out; and in at Richmond Lock and Weir
The Thames Barrier is an awesome structure built to avoid floods in London from extreme high tides. Click the link http://sussexrambler.blogspot.com/2009/02/eastenders.html for more pictures from Canary Wharf to the barrier.
Way upstream past central London at Richmond is a different barrier, built to keep water in the river; seen above from upstream. These photo's taken yesterday.
Click here for further information from the Port of London Authority (PLA) on Richmond Lock. And click here for more PLA information on the Thames Barrier.
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