Re: Roding navigation (Essex) : new weir and lock

Tim Lewis wrote:
I assume you mean the River Roding as in Barking Creek!

It is not a lock but a pair of Tidal gates which are only operated at
around high tide., not sure how wide the opening is though.


Confusing. You need to see the pics on FUBC - the a picture of an
information board located at the end of Jenkins lane says "Cuckhold's
Haven". And shows marked "a New Weir and Lock" - roughly at

Ron Jones
Process Safety & Development, Alfa Aesar Avocado Lancaster UK
Don't repeat history, see unreported near misses in chemical lab/plant
Only two things are certain: The universe and human stupidity; and I'm
not certain about the universe. ~ Albert Einstein


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