Netham lock is the upstream link between the floating harbour via the feeder canal and the river avon so a vital component of this arrangement. Netham lock grid reference is the point at netham in bristol at which boats from the river avon acting as part of the kennet and avon canal gain access to bristol s floating harbour.
We are trialling a new commuter service between netham lock and city centre.
Netham lock. Lock keepers cottage netham weir. New dates will be released as soon as possible and any tickets purchased on line will be transferrable. The lock keeper s office.
Due to the current public health crisis we are postponing are commuter trial to later in the summer. I really hope it is going to come off. A system designed and built by william jessop and later improved by isambard kingdom.
Contact information harbour office. We have been talking with the bristol ferry company about the possibility of extending their routes to the netham lock. They have talked with the harbour master and know they can run the route they just need to know that they will have passengers.
Bristol ferry route extension to netham lock. This text is from the original listing and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building. Heavy lifting machinery in position looking east.
Netham lock weir entrance is a minor waterways place. The feeder canal is the inland link between the river avon and bristol s famous floating harbour which dates back to 1809. Much of the principal structure of the lock such as the chamber copings quoins and recesses are probably original.
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Lock keeper s office netham lock netham road bristol bs5 9pq. Netham timber lock gates following their work on junction lock swing bridge at bristol docks eadon have designed new ekki timber lock gates to replace those at netham lock on the feeder canal. On the river avon bristol main river bath to bristol between hanham lock weir entrance channel leading to the weir 3 miles and 2 furlongs and 1 lock to the southeast and city ferry landing arm junction 2 miles and 1 furlongs and 1 lock to the west.
Construction started in 1804 to build the tidal new cut and divert the river avon along the feeder canal to the harbour. Netham lock is the entrance to the feeder canal and the floating harbour designed and built by william jessop in 1804 9. Netham lock on feeder road where the ferry commuter service will leave from image.
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